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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 07, 2022

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Though “Alligator Mouth, Tadpole Ass” leaves audiences entirely in self-reflection of its content, the production’s poignancy cannot be diminished, even in its multiple interpretations.
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Though “Alligator Mouth, Tadpole Ass” leaves audiences entirely in self-reflection of its content, the production’s poignancy cannot be diminished, even in its multiple interpretations.
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One might expect that a play about talking to your dad as you drive him to work could soon turn boring or become stifled. “Driven” is anything but.
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One might expect that a play about talking to your dad as you drive him to work could soon turn boring or become stifled. “Driven” is anything but.
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As lights went up on “The Boy From Oz” at the Gateway Theater on Oct. 27, the musical’s star Justin Genna leaped and pirouetted toward the front of the stage to applause before standing stone-still and performing a somewhat tuneless song about the many lives of Peter Allen.
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As lights went up on “The Boy From Oz” at the Gateway Theater on Oct. 27, the musical’s star Justin Genna leaped and pirouetted toward the front of the stage to applause before standing stone-still and performing a somewhat tuneless song about the many lives of Peter Allen.
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It isn’t difficult to immediately be captivated by the very concept of Theatre Rhinoceros’ “Oedipus at Palm Springs,” a modern reimagining of “Oedipus Rex.”
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It isn’t difficult to immediately be captivated by the very concept of Theatre Rhinoceros’ “Oedipus at Palm Springs,” a modern reimagining of “Oedipus Rex.”
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“Priscilla” has always been a show beloved for the ways in which it empowers its queer characters and overturns traditional perspectives on masculinity.
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“Priscilla” has always been a show beloved for the ways in which it empowers its queer characters and overturns traditional perspectives on masculinity.
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The first act is mundane and slow, and the second act races to a conclusion, with heart-wrenching monologue after monologue.
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The first act is mundane and slow, and the second act races to a conclusion, with heart-wrenching monologue after monologue.
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