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Culture, The Exhibitionist Annie Elias, Director of <i>The Chairs</i>, Talks About the Complexity of This Tragic Farce

Annie Elias, Director of The Chairs, Talks About the Complexity of This Tragic Farce

Oddly enough, Annie Elias, the director of Eugène Ionesco's tragic farce, The Chairs, says she sees a parallel between this play, which is about an elderly couple telling each other stories and playing games, and the last production she directed…
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Culture, Stage "Tenderloin": Cutting Ball Settles into S.F.'s Troubled Heart

"Tenderloin": Cutting Ball Settles into S.F.'s Troubled Heart

When you walk into Tenderloin, the new documentary play at the Cutting Ball Theater, you might find yourself disoriented, even doing a double take. You thought you were leaving some of the city's worst-off residents behind on Taylor Street and,…
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Calendar, Night&Day All the Neighborhood's a Stage

All the Neighborhood's a Stage

Many San Franciscans associate the gritty downtown neighborhood of the Tenderloin with crime, or Glide Memorial Church, or maybe ethnic restaurants. To documentary theater specialist Annie Elias, it had been a place to get in and out of as quickly…
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