• A night at the theater
    December 06,2012
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    In 1869 actor Edwin Booth, the brother of assassin John Wilkes Booth, opened a new theater in New York City that premiered “Romeo and Juliet.” Tickets sold for as much as $125 apiece.

    WALTER EPSTEIN

    Rutland
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