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Culture, The Exhibitionist Don’t Blame the Butler in Agatha Christie’s <i>The Mousetrap</i>

Don’t Blame the Butler in Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap

Attending a play at the Shotgun Players Ashby Stage in Berkeley is a downright cozy affair. The large crowd was in high spirits as they mingled and maneuvered around the tiny foyer. People waved and smiled from across the…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Shotgun Players Bring Agatha Christie's <i>The Mousetrap</i> to Berkeley

Shotgun Players Bring Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap to Berkeley

Patrick Dooley, artistic director of the Shotgun Players, first discovered Agatha Christie while exploring in his grandmother’s attic. He found a Miss Marple mystery, and he remembers being there, surrounded by the smell of old books, getting sucked in…
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The In-Betweens

Dark Porch Theatre was formed as a dance-and-movement–based company in Portland, Oregon, and then moved to the Bay Area to focus on acting. This explains the dramatic dual nature of this ambitious original script and production, set in 1885. The…
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Ex Ed

Here's the thing about Miss Marple. The Agatha Christie heroine looks like a doddering old biddy who therefore must have a marked decrease in neural transfer caused by advanced age. But then she pulls out a Wu-Tang and surprises the…
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Stage

Christmas in Drag Bill and Chuck and Scrooge. By Danny Scheie. Directed by Scheie. Starring Scheie, Liam Vincent, and Richard Ciccarone. At the Marsh, 1062 Valencia (at 22nd Street), through Dec. 20. Call 826-5750. With the bitchy jolt of gay…
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