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SOMERVILLE

From cobwebs to cultural landmark

Conversion of armory nearly done

In March, Shakespeare's military play ''Coriolanus'' will be staged at the armory on Highland Avenue, a milestone for its transformation into Somerville's first major community arts center. In March, Shakespeare's military play ''Coriolanus'' will be staged at the armory on Highland Avenue, a milestone for its transformation into Somerville's first major community arts center. (Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe/File 2007)
By Danielle Dreilinger
Globe Correspondent / January 4, 2009

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At the old armory on Highland Avenue, the Massachusetts National Guard has long since exited stage right. But come March, Shakespeare will take over the soldiers' former quarters with a production of his military play, "Coriolanus." (Full article: 820 words)

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