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Architecture

Curtain rises on two new arts centers

By Leighton Klein
Globe Staff / October 2, 2005

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WILLIAMSTOWN -- Compromise. It's not a word often associated with successful architecture, but the new '62 Center for Theatre and Dance at Williams College ingeniously makes a vivid whole out of a half-dozen disparate missions. It's a signature space for traveling professional companies, a training ground for beginners, a simple yet sophisticated black-box theater, and a nod to the campus's ... (Full article: 1223 words)

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