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A dispute over crew safety and work conditions led the nationally known Williamstown Theatre Festival to revisit how it pays and schedules its staff.

Members of the audio crew for the musical “Row” walked out of a July 14 rehearsal, citing concerns about their safety because they were operating electrical equipment in a wet environment. The show is being performed outdoors at The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown.

Gov. Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito visited the Clark Art Institute on Wednesday for a quick tour of the galleries and to announce $2 million in awards to 34 recipients, all part of the Destination Development Capital (DDC) Grant Program, a new competitive grant program created through the economic development bill signed into law by Governor Baker earlier this year.