Members of this year’s Shakespeare on the Common cast visited the Perkins School for the Blind on Wednesday to chat with Jeff Migliozzi’s English class about their work. One of the stars who participated was actor
Peter Cambor, who tweeted an interesting story to fans after his Tuesday night performance. He explained that during his soliloquy (Cambor plays Proteus in “The Two Gentlemen of
Verona”), a couple was asked to leave the audience because they were engaging in some drug use and some . . . fairly obvious sexual activity. Cambor tweeted, jokingly, “I’d like to think they were moved by my performance.”

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