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Refurbished fairy tales

Seven playwrights join together to create their own versions of the Grimm stories

Dwarves — (from left) Becca A. Lewis, Yurie Collins, Nicole Prefontaine, Raymond Ramirez, and Mark VanDerzee — in rehearsal for “Grimm.’’ Dwarves — (from left) Becca A. Lewis, Yurie Collins, Nicole Prefontaine, Raymond Ramirez, and Mark VanDerzee — in rehearsal for “Grimm.’’ (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / July 17, 2010

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Once upon a time, there was a little theater company that wanted to stage something ambitious for its summer show. So the little theater company, whose name was Company One, decided to adapt some of Grimm’s fairy tales for the stage. (Full article: 1192 words)

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