BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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The exceptional abilities of this drama’s cast are what truly bring “The Bluest Eye” to life.
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The exceptional abilities of this drama’s cast are what truly bring “The Bluest Eye” to life.
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Williams explained, “The original novel was written by Toni Morrison, a Black woman, and she wrote it to communicate what Black people as a whole experience, but in particular, Black girls."
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Williams explained, “The original novel was written by Toni Morrison, a Black woman, and she wrote it to communicate what Black people as a whole experience, but in particular, Black girls."
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By virtue of blowing a thick layer of dust off important and oft-forgotten pages of history, yes, it is political by default.
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By virtue of blowing a thick layer of dust off important and oft-forgotten pages of history, yes, it is political by default.
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Starring veteran theater actress Stacy Ross and featuring a script written by Didion herself, the interpretation solidly personifies Didion’s prose.
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Starring veteran theater actress Stacy Ross and featuring a script written by Didion herself, the interpretation solidly personifies Didion’s prose.
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If you’re in Berkeley this summer, it’s time to take advantage of everything the Bay Area has to offer — seize the opportunity to make some memories.
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If you’re in Berkeley this summer, it’s time to take advantage of everything the Bay Area has to offer — seize the opportunity to make some memories.
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From its title, “Everything Is Illuminated” may seem like a lighthearted, inspirational story. And while it is at times, it’s much more than that, and it’s deeper, darker and all the more beautiful for it. Aurora Theatre Company’s “Everything is Illuminated” is a gorgeous and powerful play driven by a strong script.
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From its title, “Everything Is Illuminated” may seem like a lighthearted, inspirational story. And while it is at times, it’s much more than that, and it’s deeper, darker and all the more beautiful for it. Aurora Theatre Company’s “Everything is Illuminated” is a gorgeous and powerful play driven by a strong script.
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The play is a parodic depiction of the cutthroat, phone-smashing, smarty-pants high finance world that hits a bit closer to home than expected.
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The play is a parodic depiction of the cutthroat, phone-smashing, smarty-pants high finance world that hits a bit closer to home than expected.
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If you're in need of a reminder, it’s the Fourth of July! The Berkeley Marina has a celebration planned from noon to 10 p.m.
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If you're in need of a reminder, it’s the Fourth of July! The Berkeley Marina has a celebration planned from noon to 10 p.m.
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Despite its serious subject matter, “Eureka Day” certainly doesn’t avoid comedy and pokes fun at the liberal ideologies embodied through the characters.
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Despite its serious subject matter, “Eureka Day” certainly doesn’t avoid comedy and pokes fun at the liberal ideologies embodied through the characters.
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