Big bad “Woolf” bares its teeth at Shotgun Players

Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” is set in a fictional university town called New Carthage, a reference to the ancient city destroyed by Roman forces after a century-long series of wars. Albee’s 1962 play certainly feels like it documents a century’s worth of warfare — only, it’s the
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‘Little Erik’ has big premiere at Aurora Theatre

A sound of river currents crash in the background as a woman looks chillingly beyond the audience, into the distance; this is how writer and director Mark Jackson’s “Little Erik” begins its 80-minute run. It is the stillness of moments like these that are filled with a dramatic musical hum
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Reflections from Dub Nation

Dub Nation has always stood poised and tall. The everlasting journey to the pinnacle of the NBA has been filled with devastating losses and rewarding victories. Despite the humble beginnings, loyal Bay Area fans have bled blue and yellow from the start. We have witnessed heroes ascend and have dreadfully
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