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Follow the fairies

Arts Abroad

We chased the fairies as they skipped and danced across Trinity College’s campus, and eventually they led us to a small glade, where they had set up a makeshift stage.
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The grammar of Grammer

It can be fun to check the grammar of some of your favorite speechwriters, actors and authors. One of my favorite shows is “Frasier,” which inspired me to take this journey through the grammar of Kelsey Grammer.
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BareStage’s latest tempts the imagination

In a basement rehearsal room of the Cesar Chavez Student Center, the lights go dark. The audience falls silent. A series of bodiless voices begin to sing, “Sweet dreams are made of this,” in a 1980s-themed homage to open BareStage’s current production: Williams Shakespeare’s “The Tempest.” What exactly “The Tempest”
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‘The Tempest’ opens to thunderous applause

“The Tempest” is Shakespeare’s last play, and it’s his strangest. It dives headfirst into the stormy waters of magic, colonialism, the age of exploration and the dehumanization of enslaved people. Nancy Carlin’s production of this fascinating work, presented by the African-American Shakespeare Company in San Francisco, is fearless. It confronts
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