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As one curtain goes down

Nicholas Martin reflects on his Huntington tenure before moving to the next stage

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / May 4, 2008

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In his final weeks as the Huntington Theatre Company's artistic director, Nicholas Martin rests easily in his old office chair, a satisfied smile draped across his face. Posters from his celebrated shows grace the walls, and photos of such actor-pals as Kate Burton and Victor Garber surround his desk. (A big bottle of Advil sits near one corner, too.) When ... (Full article: 2190 words)

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