Authors Back Out, Leaving CenterStage Story Un-Rewritten 

Nearly four years and almost $10,000 later, a controversial history of the Carpenter Theatre, formerly the Carpenter Center, won't be published after all, according to the private foundation that commissioned it and the two local writers who had, at different times, been…

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