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Theater

His arduous road to Chekhov

At the ART, revered director Krystian Lupa brings an exacting process

By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / November 20, 2005

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CAMBRIDGE -- People who have seen Krystian Lupa's work speak of it in hushed, awestruck tones. ''He's a god" is a phrase that crops up frequently. But chances are, if you're neither Polish nor deeply immersed in the world of contemporary European theater, you've never heard of him. (Full article: 1233 words)

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