In this week’s Pilot

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Curt Tofteland, founder of Shakespeare Behind Bars, spoke at University of the Pacific and showed the award-winning documentary about his program. He spoke to a full house.

In this week’s Pilot
Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Redding Pilot, out today: • The Easton, Redding and Region 9 school districts hired Dr. Bernard Josefsberg as the district’s new superintendent. He begins work on July 15. • School district nears completion of $ 2.1-million bus contract with DATTCO, Inc. and is exploring lease options for cost savings. • The town’s Republican legislators …
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Young cast tears into rarely done comedy
Classical Actors Ensemble encourages rowdy behavior in an idea-laden version of “All’s Well That Ends Well,”
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A rare evening with Denmark’s favorite son
PSU Theater Arts presents “Hamlet,” the 1603 quarto PSU Theater Arts will stage an ambitious production of Shakespeare’s rarely performed 1603 quarto ‘Hamlet,’ opening Thursday, May 19 in Lincoln Hall. …
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Great Shakes
William Shakespeare was the most influential writer who ever lived. Even those who haven’t read his plays know his words, from “to be or not to be” to “let slip the dogs of war.” But his influence goes beyond quotable phrases. Here are five ways he altered our lives…
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