Robert Kramsky

From Robert Kramsky

In response to the opinion piece written by Mindy Haskins Rogers and published in last week's Commons, I want to sincerely apologize for any pain I may have caused due to my actions.

To clarify, I was unaware of any of the accusations against Zeke Hecker while he was a teacher at Brattleboro Union High School and became aware of them only after he had retired. By that time it became clear to me that the school administration and the police were also aware.

I did continue to work with Zeke over the years since then and have directed several of his musical plays. In retrospect, this was a mistake for which I am truly sorry.

I also realize that this is not “ancient history” but a pain for some that will last a lifetime.

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Our community can be grateful for ‘Moon Over Buffalo’ cast, crew, volunteers

Community theater is a unique experience. For about six weeks, a dozen or more adults who have full-time jobs and families make putting on a show one of their primary goals. They skip dinners, they brave all sorts of terrible weather conditions, they sacrifice their precious time and even...

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