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Western Washington University's version of Shakespeare's “Romeo and Juliet” shows Oct. 14–16 at the Performing Arts Center's Mainstage theater. Director Mark Kuntz says no swords will be involved in this rendition of the Bard's masterwork.
Western Washington University's version of Shakespeare's “Romeo and Juliet” shows Oct. 14–16 at the Performing Arts Center's Mainstage theater. Director Mark Kuntz says no swords will be involved in this rendition of the Bard's masterwork. (Photo courtesy of Sasha Petrenko)
By Margaret Bikman CDN Contributor
It’s all about music and romance this week, plus comics and a new take on fairy tales (for grownup

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