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There are three sides to every story.

Bell Shakespeare has released their 2013 program.

The program includes Shakespeare's fast paced comedy, The Comedy of Errors, alongside Racine's dramatic tragedy Phedre. The program concludes with Shakespeare's historical drama, Henry IV, directed by and starring John Bell as the comedic Falstaff.

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