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Theater troupes re-create worlds again and again

MIDDLEBURY COMMUNITY PLAYERS volunteer Tom Noble stands atop the partially completed stage set for “The Crucible,” which was built in front of MCP’s Middlebury workshop in the fall of 2017. From concept to drawings to construction, community theater sets come to life with the help of countless volunteers. Photo courtesy of Christopher Ross

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