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Nero (Another Golden Rome)

Early in the second act, when it's clear everything in Rome is going to hell, actor Andrew Hurteau (as Nero's charismatic narrator, Boccaccio) states that "even the gravest devastation ... can be turned by the leader of the nation under…
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Culture, Stage Giving and Getting

Giving and Getting

In perhaps the most startling moment of the Magic Theatre's production of The Rules of Charity, a young woman, Loretta (Arwen Anderson), who lives in a poky shoe-box apartment with her disabled father, Monty (Warren David Keith), sits on the…
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Culture, Stage Of Vice  and Men

Of Vice and Men

"Cannery Row in Monterey in California is a poem, a stink, a grating noise ...," as John Steinbeck wrote in Cannery Row, and Steinbeck (from California) makes a point of examining this little neighborhood with a sense of humor and…
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Culture, Stage

Martian Holiday

Christmas on Mars Written by Harry Kondoleon. Directed by Reid Davis. Produced by the Shotgun Players. Starring Beth Donohue, Patrick Dooley, Andrew Hurteau, and Marin Van Young. At La Val's Subterranean Theater, 1834 Euclid Ave., Berkeley, through Aug. 15. Call…
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Culture, Stage

Blank Verse

Imagine a world in which poetry matters. Imagine characters who earnestly seek to explore life's mysteries through the power of verse and words; who believe Keats was right, that "Beauty is truth, truth beauty, that is all/ Ye know on…
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