BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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The fantastic performers onstage were accompanied by an equally phenomenal band upstage, conducted by Jon Gallo.
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The fantastic performers onstage were accompanied by an equally phenomenal band upstage, conducted by Jon Gallo.
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In wanting to be a wholly original musical, “Anastasia” has been stuck failing to please both those who want a faithful adaptation and those who want a fresh take.
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In wanting to be a wholly original musical, “Anastasia” has been stuck failing to please both those who want a faithful adaptation and those who want a fresh take.
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While references to famed engineer Butler Lampson or physicist Barry Barish may be hard to fit into a conversation, here are a few of the best UC Berkeley alumni in the entertainment world to bring out the next time you see your high school friends.
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While references to famed engineer Butler Lampson or physicist Barry Barish may be hard to fit into a conversation, here are a few of the best UC Berkeley alumni in the entertainment world to bring out the next time you see your high school friends.
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Because I am a basic Broadway bitch and am all about Asian representation in media, “Miss Saigon” had always been on the back of my mind to watch.
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Because I am a basic Broadway bitch and am all about Asian representation in media, “Miss Saigon” had always been on the back of my mind to watch.
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The 20th anniversary tour... doesn’t reinvent the wheel as much as it treats its source material like a well-loved, dog-eared book.
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The 20th anniversary tour... doesn’t reinvent the wheel as much as it treats its source material like a well-loved, dog-eared book.
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The Berkeley Repertory Theatre, located in the heart of Downtown Berkeley, has seen many productions make it to the Big Apple ...
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The Berkeley Repertory Theatre, located in the heart of Downtown Berkeley, has seen many productions make it to the Big Apple ...
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The act of baking a pie lends itself to pitfalls. The filling can’t be too watery; the crust can’t be overbaked; the result can’t be too sweet or too bitter. But in “Waitress,” now playing at the SHN Golden Gate Theatre in San Francisco, the recipe is simple: sugar, butter, flour.
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The act of baking a pie lends itself to pitfalls. The filling can’t be too watery; the crust can’t be overbaked; the result can’t be too sweet or too bitter. But in “Waitress,” now playing at the SHN Golden Gate Theatre in San Francisco, the recipe is simple: sugar, butter, flour.
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At its best, family theater is exuberant and engaging for all family members from young to old. It avoids the saccharine or the too-obvious puns. While it is a tricky balance to maintain, this is what “Legend of Banbury Cross” brought to the Lesher Center for the Arts for a run from Oct. 11 to 13.
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At its best, family theater is exuberant and engaging for all family members from young to old. It avoids the saccharine or the too-obvious puns. While it is a tricky balance to maintain, this is what “Legend of Banbury Cross” brought to the Lesher Center for the Arts for a run from Oct. 11 to 13.
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Following, even perhaps overshadowing, the long thread of issues with “Miss Saigon” is its appraisals — the dazzling show tunes and choreography, sumptuous stage design and the undeniable technical feat of the production.
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Following, even perhaps overshadowing, the long thread of issues with “Miss Saigon” is its appraisals — the dazzling show tunes and choreography, sumptuous stage design and the undeniable technical feat of the production.
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The play, which first premiered in the U.K. in 2013 before spreading to Broadway in 2017 and then BareStage this past weekend, progressed in much the same way, attempting to adapt the book as closely as possible for the stage.
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The play, which first premiered in the U.K. in 2013 before spreading to Broadway in 2017 and then BareStage this past weekend, progressed in much the same way, attempting to adapt the book as closely as possible for the stage.
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