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Theater Talk: Shakespeare, Chekhov and more on tap for summer theatergoers

Courtesy of the Michigan Shakespeare Festival
A scene from Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew," performed at the Michigan Shakespeare Festival.

In another edition of Theater Talk on StatesideDavid Kiley of Encore Michigan joined the show to discuss what's happening in the community this summer with professional theater productions.

He began by discussing the Michigan Shakespeare Festival. This year, the festival is offering Julius Caesar, among others.

Elsewhere in the state, the Kickshaw Theatre in Ann Arbor performs new play called Really; the Purple Rose in Chelsea is doing Harvey; and the Dio Dinner Theatre in Pinckney is showing Forever Plaid.

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