BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

Theater

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An exploration of childhood, parental expectations and individuality, the musical’s Betta cast and its lovable, quirky characters stole the show at San Francisco’s Children’s Creativity Center.
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An exploration of childhood, parental expectations and individuality, the musical’s Betta cast and its lovable, quirky characters stole the show at San Francisco’s Children’s Creativity Center.
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The play follows six strangers from different time periods and backgrounds, each seeking to free themselves from personal demons — ranging from socially unacceptable desires to the harsh realities of racism — in a pool that supposedly heals all.
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The play follows six strangers from different time periods and backgrounds, each seeking to free themselves from personal demons — ranging from socially unacceptable desires to the harsh realities of racism — in a pool that supposedly heals all.
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Each act varies dramatically in setting, tone and intent, and the smooth creative decisions help the story remain natural despite the jarring leaps in time and space.
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Each act varies dramatically in setting, tone and intent, and the smooth creative decisions help the story remain natural despite the jarring leaps in time and space.
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“The Great Leap” takes place on a set that doesn’t change with only four actors moving about the space. Though it makes minimal use of props, the play never stopped being captivating and exciting.
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“The Great Leap” takes place on a set that doesn’t change with only four actors moving about the space. Though it makes minimal use of props, the play never stopped being captivating and exciting.
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It didn’t have a Broadway budget or extravagant set, but 42nd Street Moon’s production of “Chess in Concert” is a reminder of the joys of live theater and why it warrants appreciation.
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It didn’t have a Broadway budget or extravagant set, but 42nd Street Moon’s production of “Chess in Concert” is a reminder of the joys of live theater and why it warrants appreciation.
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From the release of her first movie “The Jinkx and Dela Holiday Special” last December to the already-bustling preparations of her 2021 holiday tour with longtime collaborator Jinkx Monsoon, BenDeLaCreme is constantly bearing the weight of her holiday queen crown.
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From the release of her first movie “The Jinkx and Dela Holiday Special” last December to the already-bustling preparations of her 2021 holiday tour with longtime collaborator Jinkx Monsoon, BenDeLaCreme is constantly bearing the weight of her holiday queen crown.
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More specifically, Conley is fascinated by robots — which appear frequently in her work — and what humans’ relationships with robots and their humanlike qualities say about us.
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More specifically, Conley is fascinated by robots — which appear frequently in her work — and what humans’ relationships with robots and their humanlike qualities say about us.
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The 2021 “World Pride Wrench” was a hilarious, touching and incredibly queer theatrical success, filled with powerful storytelling, games and plenty of laughter.
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The 2021 “World Pride Wrench” was a hilarious, touching and incredibly queer theatrical success, filled with powerful storytelling, games and plenty of laughter.
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“Rooted” honors Asian elders by exhibiting their diversity of perspectives and highlighting the ways in which their stories intertwine with the history of the Bay Area.
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“Rooted” honors Asian elders by exhibiting their diversity of perspectives and highlighting the ways in which their stories intertwine with the history of the Bay Area.
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“Newsflash!” is adept at pinpointing the deepest fears of recent and soon-to-be grads, but it doesn’t languish in that ennui for too long, giving its characters a happy ending that teaches them they’re “more than their degree.”
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“Newsflash!” is adept at pinpointing the deepest fears of recent and soon-to-be grads, but it doesn’t languish in that ennui for too long, giving its characters a happy ending that teaches them they’re “more than their degree.”
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