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Both sides of the Bard

New director brings tragic 'Macbeth' and comedic 'Love's Labour's Lost' to Door Shakespeare season

1:05 PM, Jul. 2, 2013
Angela Iannone plays the haunted Lady Macbeth in the Door Shakespeare production of 'Macbeth.'
Angela Iannone plays the haunted Lady Macbeth in the Door Shakespeare production of 'Macbeth.'
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Door Shakespeare's 2013 season takes center stage this week in the garden at Bjorklunden, offering two contrasting Shakespeare shows, "Macbeth" and "Love's Labour's Lost," and welcoming new artistic leadership to its staff. Executive director Amy Ludwigsen said she hopes audience members as well as actors will delight in the differences the new staff and shows are bringing to the company.

The opportunity to offer both a comedy and a tragedy by the Bard is something Ludwigsen said she wanted to revisit at Door Shakespeare when she started with the company last year.

"I sat down and, right ...

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