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'The Shot' at Great Barrington Public Theatre examines Katharine Graham's life before and after her husband's suicide

Sharon Lawrence stars as Washington Post publisher in 5-nights only engagement

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"The Shot" will run for five-nights only as part of Great Barrington Public Theatre's Solo Festival. 

GREAT BARRINGTON — On Aug. 3, 1963, Phil Graham, publisher and co-owner of The Washington Post, shot himself with a 28-gauge shotgun in the bathroom of the Virginia country home he shared with his wife, Katharine.


Jeffrey Borak is The Eagle's theater critic. 

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