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Tennessee Repertory Theatre

Arthur Miller's The Crucible, a radio-drama version of It's a Wonderful Life, Edward Albee's The Goat, John Patrick Shanley's Doubt, Steve Martin's The Underpants—every show the Rep produced in the past year bespoke the highest professionalism and serious intent, even when the material intended only to make us laugh. It would seem that, at long last, Nashville has a flagship regional theater company that can put its work up against anybody's on a truly consistent basis. Big credit goes to artistic director René Copeland for mounting well-chosen works with stellar casts. —MARTIN BRADY

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