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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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American Conservatory Theater

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The play’s unusual staging is just one of its shining successes — any worries that the feature is gimmicky are quickly proved wrong.
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The play’s unusual staging is just one of its shining successes — any worries that the feature is gimmicky are quickly proved wrong.
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Goldfield, a Bay Area native, has been working in local theater for over 30 years. Though she is mainly a performer and director, Goldfield has worked in just about every theater position there is, from makeup to hair to costumes to props.
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Goldfield, a Bay Area native, has been working in local theater for over 30 years. Though she is mainly a performer and director, Goldfield has worked in just about every theater position there is, from makeup to hair to costumes to props.
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Although nothing is the same this year, carrying on the Christmas spirit through “The Christmas Carol: On Air” helps retain a sense of normalcy for audiences.
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Although nothing is the same this year, carrying on the Christmas spirit through “The Christmas Carol: On Air” helps retain a sense of normalcy for audiences.
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Above all else, “In Love and Warcraft” remains a testament to the creativity of theater as an art form.
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Above all else, “In Love and Warcraft” remains a testament to the creativity of theater as an art form.
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“Gloria” controls the brilliant comedic energy throughout, emanating the flamboyance of television sitcoms.
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“Gloria” controls the brilliant comedic energy throughout, emanating the flamboyance of television sitcoms.
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UC Berkeley’s campus is situated in a hotbed of performing arts venues, most of which offer relatively inexpensive tickets to students.
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UC Berkeley’s campus is situated in a hotbed of performing arts venues, most of which offer relatively inexpensive tickets to students.
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Even though the characters risk nearly everything to get ahead at work, the stakes are never truly established nor explored for most of them.
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Even though the characters risk nearly everything to get ahead at work, the stakes are never truly established nor explored for most of them.
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On Wednesday, the American Conservatory Theater presented Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama “Sweat” at the Geary Theater in San Francisco. The play explored both the intimate experiences and crippling dilemmas of the blue-collar steel mill workers in Reading, Pennsylvania.
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On Wednesday, the American Conservatory Theater presented Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama “Sweat” at the Geary Theater in San Francisco. The play explored both the intimate experiences and crippling dilemmas of the blue-collar steel mill workers in Reading, Pennsylvania.
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“A Thousand Splendid Suns” premiered last year at the American Conservatory Theater — and returns to the theater for a limited two-week run through July 29.
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“A Thousand Splendid Suns” premiered last year at the American Conservatory Theater — and returns to the theater for a limited two-week run through July 29.
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The role that lightning-struck Brown was that of Maria in a production of “West Side Story” her senior year of high school.
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The role that lightning-struck Brown was that of Maria in a production of “West Side Story” her senior year of high school.
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