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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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“[Hieroglyph]” elicits a range of turbulent emotions, as many moments of the play are heart-wrenchingly unfair, unanswered and unspoken.
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“[Hieroglyph]” elicits a range of turbulent emotions, as many moments of the play are heart-wrenchingly unfair, unanswered and unspoken.
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All ideals are up for deliberation, and these notions become stuck in convoluted abstractions that lead to lost destinations rather than discoveries. 
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All ideals are up for deliberation, and these notions become stuck in convoluted abstractions that lead to lost destinations rather than discoveries. 
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All in all, while the production seems to laud itself for addressing dark and complex themes, “Groundhog Day” just doesn’t hold up as a serious piece of theater.
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All in all, while the production seems to laud itself for addressing dark and complex themes, “Groundhog Day” just doesn’t hold up as a serious piece of theater.
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The entirety of “You Mean to Do Me Harm” revolves around a short comment made about a past camping trip. What would usually be a passing comment is turned into a tension-filled series of conversations, all incredibly suspenseful despite its apparent mundanity.
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The entirety of “You Mean to Do Me Harm” revolves around a short comment made about a past camping trip. What would usually be a passing comment is turned into a tension-filled series of conversations, all incredibly suspenseful despite its apparent mundanity.
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Despite growing up without many multicultural roles to look up to, Beltran still believes theater is an effective medium to push for diversity.
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Despite growing up without many multicultural roles to look up to, Beltran still believes theater is an effective medium to push for diversity.
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There are certain police-story stereotypes: good cop vs. bad cop, a more experienced older officer pitted against a cocky young cop, a kid from “the hood” falling through the cracks and ending up in a police interrogation room.
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There are certain police-story stereotypes: good cop vs. bad cop, a more experienced older officer pitted against a cocky young cop, a kid from “the hood” falling through the cracks and ending up in a police interrogation room.
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