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Culture, Stagecap

Making a Killing

The San Francisco Mime Troupe's latest political comedy has plenty of wit and insight that would have been better served by trimming its excess plot. The story at the heart of this play is one of individual responsibility — will…
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Culture, Stage

Showdown at Crawford Gulch

A top-hatted, long-mustachioed stranger in a silly suit named Cyrus T. Bogspavin comes to the Wild West town of Crawford Gulch, Texas, to inform everyone that the Comanches roundabout are mighty dangerous. "We ain't had much trouble before," says the…
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Culture, Stage

Veronique of the Mounties

This should have been an easy year for the San Francisco Mime Troupe, our local source for agitprop protest theater. Since its last show we've had 1) a war in Iraq waged on questionable pretenses, 2) a new "Department of…
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Calendar, Night&Day


To the San Francisco Mime Troupe, whose new show Damaged Care spoofs the frustrating, labyrinthine process that is managed health care, we say: We can relate. This is the show for anyone whose health plan ever suggested a support group…
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