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Culture, Stage A <i>Moon </i>for the Miscast

A Moon for the Miscast

Director Edward Hall's new production of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire recently opened at New York's Roundabout Theater Co. with Natasha Richardson in the role of Southern basket case -- sorry, belle -- Blanche DuBois and John C. Reilly…
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The Hairy Ape

Eugene O'Neill's brief but powerful play about a coal stoker on a trans-Atlantic ocean liner has survived long enough to be credibly produced by the Marin Theatre Company because O'Neill flirted with socialist themes but never made them the core…
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Stage

Info: Stage By Heather Wisner, Michael Scott Moore More Than Meets the Eye Paul Taylor Dance Company. At Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater, 700 Howard (at Third Street), through April 18. Call 392-4400. Wistful lovers, B-movie villains, religious…
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Stage

Maps and Legends Lonely Planet. By Steven Dietz. Directed by Arturo Catricala. Starring Greg Hoffman and John Hogan. Presented by the New Conservatory Theater, 25 Van Ness (at Market), through May 17. Call 861-8972. Jody, in Steven Dietz's Lonely Planet,…
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