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Lead actor outshadowed by supporting cast in ‘Present Laughter’

Near the end of the first act of “Present Laughter,” a satin-robed middle-aged man asks his secretary and dear friend, “Have you seen me overact?” She glares at him and responds, “Frequently.” And thus, Theatre Rhinoceros’ production of Noël Coward’s comedy gets its biggest laugh of the show. At this
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Campus production triggers concerns from American Indian community

A UC Berkeley production in the department of theater, dance and performance Studies has elicited negative responses from the campus American Indian community, triggering discussions about the play’s content. Campus alumnus John Fisher’s play “Ishi: The Last of the Yahi,” which ran from March 2 to March 11, sparked outcry
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