Producing artistic director Richard Garner’s original 2006 Georgia Shakespeare staging of “Metamorphoses” was a critical and popular triumph of somewhat mythic proportions — fittingly enough, in that Mary Zimmerman’s episodic play is based on a dozen or so Greek myths by Ovid.
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Bottom line: Lightning strikes twice.