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Theater

{ Everything is illuminated }

In his third season at ART, artistic director Woodruff believes in many visions

By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / March 27, 2005

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CAMBRIDGE -- Robert Woodruff finds it hard to believe that the American Repertory Theatre has now done 18 productions under his artistic direction, which is nearing the end of its third season. But it's true. They range from director Peter Sellars's take on Euripides to Neil Bartlett's version of Marlowe, Anne Bogart's Marivaux to Janos Szasz's Chekhov, Chen Shi-Zheng's Chinese ... (Full article: 2244 words)

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