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More young actors are staying in Boston

Seated: Kami Rushell Smith, Daniel Berger-Jones. Standing (from left): McCaela Donovan, De’Lon Grant, Sasha Castroverde, Nael Nacer. Seated: Kami Rushell Smith, Daniel Berger-Jones. Standing (from left): McCaela Donovan, De’Lon Grant, Sasha Castroverde, Nael Nacer. (ARAM BOGHOSIAN FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
November 27, 2011
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In a development that would have seemed unlikely as recently as a decade ago, and that has significant implications for the vitality of Boston theater, talented young performers increasingly see Boston as a place to forge an acting career, not just to launch one. “It’s more than a steppingstone,’’ asserts Daniel Berger-Jones, 28, who graduated from Boston University and is one of a group of young actors who founded the Orfeo Group, a small and adventurous theater company. “We are developing a nice culture here.’’

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