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Theater review

Shakespeare & Company play is an absolute dream

Michael F. Toomey, left, and Colby Lewis star in Shakespeare & Company’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” set in jazz-era New Orleans. (Kevin Sprague/Shakespeare & Company)
Michael F. Toomey, left, and Colby Lewis star in Shakespeare & Company’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” set in jazz-era New Orleans. (Kevin Sprague/Shakespeare & Company)
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There are people who dread the summer theater season for the proliferation of Shakespeare, and there are people who love it. All of this Shakespeare means, of course, that there are some productions better than others. If you’re going to do Shakespeare for the umpteenth time, you need to have a reason for doing it other than “It’s summer, it’s time for Shakespeare.” For a theater company doing it right — absolutely right — look ...

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