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Saturday's match followed an almost identical course with the big debate surrounding the dismissal of Benetton second row Irne Herbst.
"I thought about my whole family when we discussed the sweep of history in the play,'' said Ambush, a 2013 IRNE Award for best director-midsize theater for GSC's IRNE-winning "Master Harold and the Boys.''
The Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Awards followed a similar model.
Davies had kicked two penalties but a try from Irne Herbst and a conversion from Handre Pollard ensured the Springboks were ahead.
Benetton paid after having lock Irne Herbst sent off in the 27th minute for elbowing Samson Lee in the head at a ruck.
Lyric Stage Company of Boston artistic director Spiro Veloudos, a multiple Norton and IRNE winner himself, described Williams in the "Vera Stark'' playbill as "one of a fast-growing number of talented and intelligent young directors in the area.'' Gratified by her Lyric Stage Company debut, Williams admitted: "What was most challenging about "Vera Stark'' was pulling it together in 15 days.'' The Lynn Nottage (Pulitzer Prize winner for her drama "Ruined'') play-inspired by the career of black actress Theresa Harris, who portrayed maids but sought a full career free of stereotypical parts, stretches from 1933 to 2003.
Huntington Theatre Company's Candide swept the IRNE Awards' large theatre category with 11 wins, including set design (Daniel Ostling), ensemble, actor in a musical (Geoff Pack--0, director of a musical (Mary Zimmerman) and best musical.
Benetton: Ian McKinley; Luca Sperandio, Tommaso Iannone, Luca Morisi, Monty Ioane; Marty Banks, Tito Tebaldi; Matteo Zanusso, Tomas Baravalle, Tiziano Pasquali; Marco Lazzaroni, Irne Hebst; Alberto Sgarbi (c), Marco Barbini, Whetu Douglas.
Alluding to such controversial material as Clark's IRNE Award-winning last season BCT play "Reflections of a Rock Lobster'' -- which dealt with bullying, homophobia and the true story of Aaron Fricke bringing his boyfriend to the school prom -- Sachs observed, "Especially with BCT's reputation, they've already done other hard topics.''