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Arts & Entertainment - April 8, 2022

A rare 'Gem'

TheatreWorks' artistic director steps into the spotlight with a show that has personal ties

by By Heather Zimmerman

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley Artistic Director Tim Bond has some unique insights into "Gem of the Ocean," the play that marks his directorial debut for the company. He knows the play well, having previously directed a production for Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and has both directed and taught other shows from the cycle of 10 plays by Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning playwright August Wilson, of which "Gem of the Ocean" is a part.

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