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Ten can't-miss plays for this fall

By CAROLYN CLAY  |  September 20, 2012

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MACBETH October 3–November 4 » Veteran Boston actress Paula Plum is at the helm of the Bard's Scottish play, in which a chain slayer is brought down by ambition, guilt, and ignorance of cesarean section. Chevalier Theatre, Medford :: actorsshakespeareproject.org

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WAR HORSE October 10-21 » Life-size equine puppets are the most spectacular aspect of this Tony-winning stage adaptation by Nick Stafford of Michael Morpurgo's young-adult novel about a Devon lad who follows his beloved half-thoroughbred onto the hellish battlefields of World War I. The Opera House :: boston.broadway.com

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