BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

Nikki Munoz

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In this one-man show, written by Dan Hoyle and directed by Charlie Varon, Hoyle chronicles his own struggles with relying on technology.
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In this one-man show, written by Dan Hoyle and directed by Charlie Varon, Hoyle chronicles his own struggles with relying on technology.
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Each year, the SF Mime Troupe seeks to tell stories of current issues to get audience members thinking and hopefully wanting to take action.
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Each year, the SF Mime Troupe seeks to tell stories of current issues to get audience members thinking and hopefully wanting to take action.
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Genuine human connection is harder in the digital age. At least, that’s the point Dan Hoyle is trying to make in his one-man show “Each and Every Thing.”
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Genuine human connection is harder in the digital age. At least, that’s the point Dan Hoyle is trying to make in his one-man show “Each and Every Thing.”
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The one-man show, starring Tony Award-winning actor Len Cariou, takes well-known soliloquies and sets them to well-known showtunes.
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The one-man show, starring Tony Award-winning actor Len Cariou, takes well-known soliloquies and sets them to well-known showtunes.
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“A Lesson From Aloes” is slow-moving in pace and heavy in dialogue, its storytelling putting extreme emphasis upon the mundane details.
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“A Lesson From Aloes” is slow-moving in pace and heavy in dialogue, its storytelling putting extreme emphasis upon the mundane details.
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Berkeley actor Robert Sicular has seen theater in the Bay Area evolve over the course of his decadeslong career as a thespian.
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Berkeley actor Robert Sicular has seen theater in the Bay Area evolve over the course of his decadeslong career as a thespian.
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The play is promoted as showing the “dark side of the environmentalist movement,” but it is really just the dark actions of one man that are being depicted and then extrapolated.
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The play is promoted as showing the “dark side of the environmentalist movement,” but it is really just the dark actions of one man that are being depicted and then extrapolated.
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What happens when a play that advertises itself as showing “the dark side of the environmental movement” is performed in San Francisco?
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What happens when a play that advertises itself as showing “the dark side of the environmental movement” is performed in San Francisco?
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The captivating nature of this narrative comes from the fascinating personalities and unique partnership of Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky.
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The captivating nature of this narrative comes from the fascinating personalities and unique partnership of Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky.
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Lynne Kaufman was extremely interested in the complex friendship between Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky — she ultimately wrote a play about it.
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Lynne Kaufman was extremely interested in the complex friendship between Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky — she ultimately wrote a play about it.
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