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Duerr previously appeared in the play's world premiere at the Woodstock Fringe Festival this summer. He is the founder/artistic director of the York Shakespeare Company, and has directed and starred in numerous plays by Shakespeare and other authors. Cohen is the winner of four Emmy awards for his work as a writer for Late Night with David Letterman, TV Nation, and The Rosie O'Donnell Show and writes "The Ethicist", a weekly column in the sunday New York Times Magazine. Both artists will participate in a post-performance Q&A.For more information, visit www.yorkshakespeare.org.