‘Eurydice’ performance breathes new life into old myth

At age 20, playwright Sarah Ruhl lost her father to cancer. 10 years later, she wrote “Eurydice,” a reinterpretation of the Greek myth “Orpheus and Eurydice.” At Shotgun Players in Berkeley, a fearless cast brings new life to an ancient tale of loss and, in the process, proves that the
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Berkeley play “We Are Proud to Present” tackles race, genocide

“No one wants to hear the ‘white version’ of this story,” says a voice echoing through the tension-filled stage, referring to the atrocities of a little-known genocide that occurred in the early days of the 20th century. In Just Theater’s production of “We Are Proud to Present…” playwright Jackie Sibblies
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