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Shakespeare at Fenway last fall. This summer, CSC will present King Lear free on the Boston Common in July and August. "Part of what I love about working with Shakespeare is how profoundly relevant it is," says Maler. "We're doing King Lear this sum- mer and I'm looking at theses issues that are motivating me about the play: what is your legacy and how do you pass on your world to the next generation? These are profoundly important questions." "All the world's a stage… one man in his time plays many parts." – William Shakespeare Upon arriving at Babson, Maler assumed two roles: Artistic Director of Commonwealth Shakespeare Company and the Director of the Sorensen Center for the Arts. Faculty director of the Sorensen Center, Beth Wynstra works closely with Maler and regularly directs plays and musicals each year, including a professionally directed and designed student production. Babson also has a robust visual arts program. Danielle Krcmar is the artist in residence at Babson College and each semes- ter she curates up to three shows. Music, dance, student arts organizations, and master classes round out the BabsonARTS offerings that are all designed to be entertaining and to shine a spotlight on global issues. At Babson, Maler continues to operate CSC as an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit organi- BabsonARTS 108 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 Aerial view of The Two Gentlemen of Verona (2013)