BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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The play follows six strangers from different time periods and backgrounds, each seeking to free themselves from personal demons — ranging from socially unacceptable desires to the harsh realities of racism — in a pool that supposedly heals all.
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The play follows six strangers from different time periods and backgrounds, each seeking to free themselves from personal demons — ranging from socially unacceptable desires to the harsh realities of racism — in a pool that supposedly heals all.
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“You carry around stories in your body,” Gotanda postulated. “They roll around, tumble around and gather flesh as you live your life.”
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“You carry around stories in your body,” Gotanda postulated. “They roll around, tumble around and gather flesh as you live your life.”
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Renowned in Taiwan and among theater buffs, UC Berkeley alumnus and playwright Stan Lai returned to his alma mater to share his experiences with students and faculty.
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Renowned in Taiwan and among theater buffs, UC Berkeley alumnus and playwright Stan Lai returned to his alma mater to share his experiences with students and faculty.
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