BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 29, 2022

Nikki Munoz

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The structure of "The Obligation" is such that these characters from the Holocaust era are speaking to a present-day audience. At one point, a character tells the audience to Google a reference he makes if they don’t know it.
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The structure of "The Obligation" is such that these characters from the Holocaust era are speaking to a present-day audience. At one point, a character tells the audience to Google a reference he makes if they don’t know it.
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Horrific and comedic, lighthearted and serious, 70 vignettes all told out of order — this is “70 Scenes of Halloween” at first glance. What played out was much more complex and intricate, featuring comedy grounded in marital tension and traditional horror tropes running through the plot.
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Horrific and comedic, lighthearted and serious, 70 vignettes all told out of order — this is “70 Scenes of Halloween” at first glance. What played out was much more complex and intricate, featuring comedy grounded in marital tension and traditional horror tropes running through the plot.
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The UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, or TDPS, hired a group of Bay Area professionals for its design team on its upcoming production — with the exception of one. That exception is senior theater and art practice double major Alexandra Grabow — the only student designer for the show.
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The UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, or TDPS, hired a group of Bay Area professionals for its design team on its upcoming production — with the exception of one. That exception is senior theater and art practice double major Alexandra Grabow — the only student designer for the show.
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Theater of Others' attempt to diversify "The Comedy of Errors" fell flat, however, with a production that didn’t blend into its cultural setting and was full of other technical errors that distracted from the actual content.
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Theater of Others' attempt to diversify "The Comedy of Errors" fell flat, however, with a production that didn’t blend into its cultural setting and was full of other technical errors that distracted from the actual content.
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In "Acid Test," Ram Dass’ stories span immensely in tone; sometimes they’re incredibly humorous, and sometimes more heartbreaking. Whether Ram Dass is telling the story of his first mushroom trip or the story of his father dying, the strengths of Kaufman and Keith are perfectly melded together.
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In "Acid Test," Ram Dass’ stories span immensely in tone; sometimes they’re incredibly humorous, and sometimes more heartbreaking. Whether Ram Dass is telling the story of his first mushroom trip or the story of his father dying, the strengths of Kaufman and Keith are perfectly melded together.
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The play as a whole is ambitious, yet possibly too much so — the artificially intelligent therapist is one of the seven main characters making up the plot — and the result is an overwhelming overload of information.
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The play as a whole is ambitious, yet possibly too much so — the artificially intelligent therapist is one of the seven main characters making up the plot — and the result is an overwhelming overload of information.
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The Holocaust may have happened more than 70 years ago, but Roger Grunwald is making sure it continues to be talked about. At least, that’s one of his main motivations in creating “The Obligation.”
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The Holocaust may have happened more than 70 years ago, but Roger Grunwald is making sure it continues to be talked about. At least, that’s one of his main motivations in creating “The Obligation.”
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With The Daily Californian’s arts & entertainment department coming out with a new podcast, “Popcorn Paperback,” in October, there’s no time like the present to examine the world of podcasts. Here is the Daily Cal’s guide to some of the best arts podcasts you’ve been missing out on.
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With The Daily Californian’s arts & entertainment department coming out with a new podcast, “Popcorn Paperback,” in October, there’s no time like the present to examine the world of podcasts. Here is the Daily Cal’s guide to some of the best arts podcasts you’ve been missing out on.
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The entirety of “You Mean to Do Me Harm” revolves around a short comment made about a past camping trip. What would usually be a passing comment is turned into a tension-filled series of conversations, all incredibly suspenseful despite its apparent mundanity.
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The entirety of “You Mean to Do Me Harm” revolves around a short comment made about a past camping trip. What would usually be a passing comment is turned into a tension-filled series of conversations, all incredibly suspenseful despite its apparent mundanity.
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The host, New York Times veteran writer, Michael Barbaro, visited UC Berkeley on Friday to talk about transforming journalism into the audio format, the impact that has had and how podcasts differ from written news.
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The host, New York Times veteran writer, Michael Barbaro, visited UC Berkeley on Friday to talk about transforming journalism into the audio format, the impact that has had and how podcasts differ from written news.
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