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7 Sins. Halfway through James Judd's entertaining 75-minute solo show, it dawns on you: Who the hell is this guy and why am I laughing so hard? While autobiographical one-person shows are nothing new, it's one thing to keep an…
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7 Sins. Halfway through James Judd's entertaining 75-minute solo show, it dawns on you: Who the hell is this guy and why am I laughing so hard? While autobiographical one-person shows are nothing new, it's one thing to keep an…
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Figaro. People are so seduced by Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro that they tend to overlook the opera's anarchic roots. Historians today widely consider the 18th-century French dramatist Beaumarchais' stage play of the same title to have performed a major…
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Figaro. People are so seduced by Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro that they tend to overlook the opera's anarchic roots. Historians today widely consider the 18th-century French dramatist Beaumarchais' stage play of the same title to have performed a major…
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Culture, Stage Berkeley Rep's <i>Figaro</i> is light entertainment

Berkeley Rep's Figaro is light entertainment

It's hard to imagine a work of art more redolent of the cultural establishment than Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro. The staple of international opera houses and "Top 10 Operas of All Time" lists has become so closely tied to…
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Culture, Stage Precarious

Precarious

In one of the most famous scenes in Charlie Chaplin's movie The Gold Rush, the star's Little Tramp character — a lone prospector fortune-hunting in wintry Alaska — finds himself marooned in a dilapidated log cabin with a fellow gold…
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Culture, Stage Garden of Earthly Delights

Garden of Earthly Delights

Under the lavish fabulism of the Berkeley Rep's Green Bird lies an irony that would confuse Carlo Gozzi. He wrote the play in 1765 as a satire on the Enlightenment, with its rational philosophizing and criticisms of the church. Gozzi…
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