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Culture, The Exhibitionist Claire Chafee on <i>Why We Have a Body</i>, Love, Humor, and a Lesbian P.I. Who Tracks Cheating Men

Claire Chafee on Why We Have a Body, Love, Humor, and a Lesbian P.I. Who Tracks Cheating Men

Claire Chafee's play, Why We Have a Body, opened at the Magic Theater in 1993 and stayed there for six months before being produced Off Broadway and playing all around the country, as well as in Canada and Australia. To…
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Darwin's Finches

Claire Chafee's new play deals with a lesbian professor of literary theory, her French fling, and a strange entanglement among people in the rest of her family that happens while she's in Paris. It's subtitled "a romantic comedy for the…
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Alpha Female

Charles Darwin's discovery that 13 species of finches had adapted to the conditions on the Galapagos Islands led eventually to his theories on the survival of the fittest -- including the fittest humans. But what happens to those theories when…
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Aisle Seat

Dr. Jekyll When Cal Shakes lost two of its cast members right before rehearsals for Much Ado About Nothing (which opened this week at the Bruns Amphitheatre in Orinda), the company decided to ask veteran actor Howard Swain to work…
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