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With Our Good Will by Doug Copsey

With Our Good Will

by Doug Copsey

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“Doug Copsey has written a conversational, intimate, thorough and artful book about the remarkable evolution of the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. The book is a testament to the hard work, dedication and vision of those intrepid actors, directors and technicians who founded a theater that has survived and prevailed for three decades. No one has more insight and experience than Copsey as the Festival's founding director. Allowing the actors, directors, staff and audience members to have their say adds immediacy and authenticity to this valuable record of the mighty few who saw an opportunity and created art.” Alan Minskoff, Director of Journalism Albertson College of Idaho

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:36 -0400)

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