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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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Les Miserables

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My connection to Sondheim began as so many others did: on the stage of a high school auditorium.
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My connection to Sondheim began as so many others did: on the stage of a high school auditorium.
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With the long Thanksgiving weekend coming up, this is the perfect time to watch (or rewatch) some of the biggest Broadway hits that made it to the big screen.
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With the long Thanksgiving weekend coming up, this is the perfect time to watch (or rewatch) some of the biggest Broadway hits that made it to the big screen.
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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 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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I knew my lines perfectly, so much that almost two years after I took my last curtain call in patchily applied stage makeup, I’m still struggling not to act them out in college.
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I knew my lines perfectly, so much that almost two years after I took my last curtain call in patchily applied stage makeup, I’m still struggling not to act them out in college.
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“Cabaret” would fail to ride the wave of its surprise win, losing out to the old “razzle dazzle” of 2002 Best Picture winner “Chicago” as Rob Marshall’s tale of merry murderesses made its way to the Final Four.
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“Cabaret” would fail to ride the wave of its surprise win, losing out to the old “razzle dazzle” of 2002 Best Picture winner “Chicago” as Rob Marshall’s tale of merry murderesses made its way to the Final Four.
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What makes the theater stage so applicable to adaptations, regardless of these limitations, is the close relationship between the audience and what is happening on stage. In the case of small theater, the audience may be in the middle of the action at times.
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What makes the theater stage so applicable to adaptations, regardless of these limitations, is the close relationship between the audience and what is happening on stage. In the case of small theater, the audience may be in the middle of the action at times.
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One of the most profoundly isolating human experiences is to finish a movie in the theater and, looking to your left and then to your right, discover that you are the only person not wiping their eyes and sniffling.
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One of the most profoundly isolating human experiences is to finish a movie in the theater and, looking to your left and then to your right, discover that you are the only person not wiping their eyes and sniffling.
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You spoke with such passion and determination. I hope your charisma and faith take you far, even when you are 364 miles from Hollywood, where you should be.
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You spoke with such passion and determination. I hope your charisma and faith take you far, even when you are 364 miles from Hollywood, where you should be.
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