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Hub goes Hollywood, theaters face changes

Lindsey McWhorter (left) and Antonio Edwards-Suarez performed in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' during Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's shortened season on Boston Common. Lindsey McWhorter (left) and Antonio Edwards-Suarez performed in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" during Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's shortened season on Boston Common. (T. Charles Erickson)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / December 30, 2007

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We had budget cuts and high-profile exits, a city shut down by a cartoon marketing campaign, and movie stars seemingly everywhere. One big museum started knocking down walls, another drew hundreds of thousands of people to South Boston's once barren Fan Pier. We chuckled at the brawl at Symphony Hall and wondered when the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art might ... (Full article: 991 words)

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