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Calendar, Night&Day Darkness from the East

Darkness from the East

The fall of the Soviet Union freed not only political prisoners and some high-end vodka brands but also truckloads of culture -- including some fairy tales so dark they make Tim Burton and Edward Gorey look like My Little Pony.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Ariadne Revisited

Ariadne Revisited

Cutting Ball is one of San Francisco’s most dependable outlets for smart, offbeat, well-produced plays, and this month the company is bringing back an audience favorite. In 2008, playwright Eugenie Chan reimagined the Ariadne myth in a short play called…
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Culture, Stagecap

"Bone to Pick" the best of three shorts by Cutting Ball

"Someone needs to treat me like a piece of meat." This opening line from "Bone to Pick" is just a taste of the raw sensuality packed into the world premiere of local playwright Eugenie Chan's take on the Greek myth…
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