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Alarms & Excursions

Michael Frayn's latest farce, after the dead-serious Copenhagen, is as shallow as it is witty. It starts like a simmering pot of water: Four middle-class Londoners are trying to have a dinner party, but various household gadgets interrupt the conversation.…
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Lines of the Times

The Apple Cart is not what you'd think -- a play about fruit vendors -- but a witty, long-winded argument about democracy by George Bernard Shaw that pits a constitutional monarch against a bickering Cabinet of parliamentary ministers in a…
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The Misanthrope

Women in Time's presentation of Molière's 1666 play is a shining example of strong vision executed with brilliance and conviction. Director Sacha Reich reimagines the play in 1950s Hollywood during the House Un-American Activities Committee's investigation of the "Hollywood Ten,"…
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Now Showing!

Stomp Now ensconced more or less permanently in San Francisco, Stomp is the perfect show for the city. It's truly multicultural, with a cast who're not only of various ethnicities, but various body types as well: big and hulking, tall…
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