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Calendar, Night&Day He Just Never Noticed

He Just Never Noticed

As one of the great WTH stories of all time, David Henry Hwang's M. Butterfly is endlessly interesting. If you've only ever seen the film version, consider this: Everything hinges on the portrayal of Song, the female Chinese opera singer,…
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Calendar, Performance I Am Cuba

I Am Cuba

ONGOING 4/8-5/1 Visions of what Cuba must be like have long permeated American culture -- streets crowded with vintage cars, the vibrant strains of the Buena Vista Social Club filling the air, and those addictive Cuban sandwiches. But the mere…
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Leave it to Disney to take a perfectly compelling story with a strong central character and turn it into a trite bit of fluff. Still, if you don't mind turning your brain off for a couple of hours, Aida has…
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Dance the Night Away "Program III: All Balanchine Works." Performed by the San Francisco Ballet. At the War Memorial Opera House, 301 Van Ness (at Grove), through March 14. Call 865-2000. Axioma 7, Swansong, and Rooster. Performed by Rambert…
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Night + Day

Wednesday February 11 Dying Is Easy; Comedy Is Hard The Twinkie defense meets its match in the one-man comedy So, I Killed a Few People .... David Summers stars as Archie Nunn, a serial killer whose last request on death…
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