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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Caroline Smith

Senior Staff Writer

Former Arts & Entertainment Editor, Theater Beat Reporter, LGBTQ+ Media Beat Reporter and Editorial Board Member.

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If you haven’t seen “Wicked,” consider buying tickets or entering the lottery — the costumes, vocal displays and dancing of the show remain awe-inspiring, all this time later.
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If you haven’t seen “Wicked,” consider buying tickets or entering the lottery — the costumes, vocal displays and dancing of the show remain awe-inspiring, all this time later.
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There’s a reason people showed up, and there’s a reason that people stayed — even if it meant violating fire hazards and waiting for hours in line.
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There’s a reason people showed up, and there’s a reason that people stayed — even if it meant violating fire hazards and waiting for hours in line.
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The 20th anniversary tour... doesn’t reinvent the wheel as much as it treats its source material like a well-loved, dog-eared book.
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The 20th anniversary tour... doesn’t reinvent the wheel as much as it treats its source material like a well-loved, dog-eared book.
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The film’s titular performance of “Rocketman” pulls no punches in its fantasia and choreography, with Elton raised in the sky by EMTs in a Christ-like pose.
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The film’s titular performance of “Rocketman” pulls no punches in its fantasia and choreography, with Elton raised in the sky by EMTs in a Christ-like pose.
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... for all the saccharine teen romances that end with a diamond earring or musical number, there are just as many that end, well, explosively.
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... for all the saccharine teen romances that end with a diamond earring or musical number, there are just as many that end, well, explosively.
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As much as I wanted to end this tour with some advice or wisdom, I have yet to process my impending graduation. Maybe it’s because I can’t fit four years into 900 words, as hard as I try.
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As much as I wanted to end this tour with some advice or wisdom, I have yet to process my impending graduation. Maybe it’s because I can’t fit four years into 900 words, as hard as I try.
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The festival will celebrate its fifth year on May 4 and 5 in Downtown Berkeley, its home since the beginning.
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The festival will celebrate its fifth year on May 4 and 5 in Downtown Berkeley, its home since the beginning.
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My absolute weakness is free Cal gear. Call it an occupational hazard, given that I have to be decked out in blue and gold for my campus job, but my roots reach back to far earlier than when I was hired.
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My absolute weakness is free Cal gear. Call it an occupational hazard, given that I have to be decked out in blue and gold for my campus job, but my roots reach back to far earlier than when I was hired.
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And while this does include a couple of films that prioritize queer representation, here is what some of the Oscars lineup would look like if the entire awards ceremony prioritized queer representation.
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And while this does include a couple of films that prioritize queer representation, here is what some of the Oscars lineup would look like if the entire awards ceremony prioritized queer representation.
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The comedic momentum of “Isn’t It Romantic” experiences its honeymoon phase as Natalie enters the rom-com, and then it abruptly dies once she’s embraced the ridiculousness of her situation.
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The comedic momentum of “Isn’t It Romantic” experiences its honeymoon phase as Natalie enters the rom-com, and then it abruptly dies once she’s embraced the ridiculousness of her situation.
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