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Stoppard play fits the bill for lovers of Shakespeare

Jonathan Epstein, left, and Robert Lohbauer rehearse a scene from “Heroes,” currently running at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Mass. (Kevin Sprague photo)
Jonathan Epstein, left, and Robert Lohbauer rehearse a scene from “Heroes,” currently running at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Mass. (Kevin Sprague photo)
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Teaching Shakespeare to serious theater students sounds like a perfect fit for Jonathan Epstein. As a longtime regular at Shakespeare & Company in the Berkshires, Epstein has immersed himself into the Bard and his work for 21 summers in Lenox, Mass., and this fall he will join the faculty at the Asolo/Florida State University Conservatory where he will teach MFA candidates in Shakespeare Performance. “I’ve done a lot of teaching in the past, but I ...


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