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Centuries come and gone, and he’s still hot

Forget that high school class. Shakespeare outdoors? A midsummer night’s dream

By Sam Allis
Globe Columnist / August 2, 2009

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William Shakespeare is the American summer phenom. You can’t get away from the guy. According to Philip Sneed, president of the Shakespeare Theater Association of America, there are some 250 Shakespeare festivals of companies of all sizes across the country and lots more abroad. I looked at one list and my eyes glazed over. (Full article: 894 words)

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