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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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This one-man production melds journalistic theater with comedy to analyze the sociopolitical impact of markers of division on individuals and communities.
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This one-man production melds journalistic theater with comedy to analyze the sociopolitical impact of markers of division on individuals and communities.
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“The Great Leap” takes place on a set that doesn’t change with only four actors moving about the space. Though it makes minimal use of props, the play never stopped being captivating and exciting.
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“The Great Leap” takes place on a set that doesn’t change with only four actors moving about the space. Though it makes minimal use of props, the play never stopped being captivating and exciting.
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Context means everything when it comes to cross-cultural representation. Without context, the beauty and intention of art is lost; the artist is forgotten.
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Context means everything when it comes to cross-cultural representation. Without context, the beauty and intention of art is lost; the artist is forgotten.
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Odcikin is an advocate for rehearsals being spaces for the very conversations that the play hopes to inspire among audience members.
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Odcikin is an advocate for rehearsals being spaces for the very conversations that the play hopes to inspire among audience members.
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“#GetGandhi: A Seriously Radical Feminist Comedy” written by Anne Galjour and directed by Nancy Carlin is playing at Z Below in San Francisco through Aug. 26.
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“#GetGandhi: A Seriously Radical Feminist Comedy” written by Anne Galjour and directed by Nancy Carlin is playing at Z Below in San Francisco through Aug. 26.
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Perhaps the curse of every play about morality is that the lesson learned at the end of the play seems too simple to really be impactful.
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Perhaps the curse of every play about morality is that the lesson learned at the end of the play seems too simple to really be impactful.
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The players emerged from backstage donning purple velvet pants, gold vests, blond wigs and puffy white shirts, and the crowd was welcomed to the Globe Theatre in the year 1608.
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The players emerged from backstage donning purple velvet pants, gold vests, blond wigs and puffy white shirts, and the crowd was welcomed to the Globe Theatre in the year 1608.
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Bringing such an epic tale to a small stage could easily have been an obstacle, but artistic director and choreographer Matthew McCoy uses it as an advantage to create an intimacy with the audience.
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Bringing such an epic tale to a small stage could easily have been an obstacle, but artistic director and choreographer Matthew McCoy uses it as an advantage to create an intimacy with the audience.
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