Sharon Playhouse looks to bright future

Alan M-L Wager, left, and Robert Levinstein are in their second season directing shows at the Sharon Playhouse. Photo by Debra A. Aleksinas

SHARON — When asked some decades back to write a history of the Sharon Playhouse for its 25th anniversary booklet, Judson Philips, its founder and a former columnist for The Lakeville Journal, was quoted as saying that a theater is not about dates. It’s not about its physical structure or productions, lights or costumes. 

“A theater,” he wrote “is people.”

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