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BabsonARTS leaders from the corporate world along- side local professional actors. This free, public reading was followed by a discussion featuring the participants. "What's fascinating about these series is you really get to see inside how these judges and lawyers or CEOs think. And using Shakespeare as a vehicle to highlight issues that they deal with everyday has been very revealing. These discussions become very open and powerful," says Maler. Recent CSC productions include Twelfth Night, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Coriolanus, All's Well That Ends Well (2012 Elliot Norton Award- winner for Best Production, Large Theater), Othello, and The Comedy of Errors. CSC kicked off its 20th Anniversary season with the first-ever students there is a potential career path for them in the creative sector. It's not about being an artist but about the important work of keeping these businesses stable and operating." Maler's Commonwealth Shakespeare Company is best known for its annual free performances on Boston Common and is dedicated to bringing the works of William Shakespeare to the people of Boston and beyond, but CSC also presents several free play-reading events during the year: Theatre in the Rough, Shakespeare and Law, and Shakespeare and Leadership presented at Babson. In March, CSC's Shakespeare and Leadership series took the story of King Lear, the tragic story of an aging king and the transfer of the rule of England to his three daughters, and staged a reading with business W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | s u m m e r 2 0 1 5 106 The Taming Of The Shrew (2006) T C H A R L E S E R I C K S O N