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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Grace Orriss

Grace Orriss joined The Daily Californian's arts & entertainment staff in fall 2018 and currently contributes to the department as the spring 2021 television beat and as a senior staff writer. Her previous roles include theater beat reporter (spring 2019), arts & entertainment assistant editor (fall 2019), arts & entertainment head editor (spring and summer 2020) and special issues editor (fall 2020).

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The film’s focus on characters inhabiting the wrong bodies allowed Vaughn and Newton to mine their characters’ different genders and ages for laughs.
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The film’s focus on characters inhabiting the wrong bodies allowed Vaughn and Newton to mine their characters’ different genders and ages for laughs.
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“Freaky” lives and dies by its high-concept gimmick, carried by Vaughn and Newton’s game performances.
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“Freaky” lives and dies by its high-concept gimmick, carried by Vaughn and Newton’s game performances.
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Tying together these perspectives is a common theme: a passion for participating in our democracy and making our voices heard. 
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Tying together these perspectives is a common theme: a passion for participating in our democracy and making our voices heard. 
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As Enola, Brown embodies the quintessential young adult hero, full of warmth, wit and a spot-on sense of comedic timing.
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As Enola, Brown embodies the quintessential young adult hero, full of warmth, wit and a spot-on sense of comedic timing.
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The performance, in which a lineup of comedians gave fake PowerPoint presentations featuring audience-generated titles and random slides, was defined by the tension between lighthearted laughs and current realities.
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The performance, in which a lineup of comedians gave fake PowerPoint presentations featuring audience-generated titles and random slides, was defined by the tension between lighthearted laughs and current realities.
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