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Five good bets for fall stages.

The local theater community has undergone some seismic changes in the last year that have affected half of the big companies in town. There was Firehouse Theatre Project's noisy split with founding director Carol Piersol. Henley Street Theatre and Richmond Shakespeare joined…

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