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The Quiet Storm

The current Cal Shakes production of The Tempest lays a heavy emphasis on Prospero's magic, and the director's taste in supernatural effects would embarrass Liberace. Otherwise it's a surprisingly good show. The surprise is in the acting: Comika Griffin, who's…
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Nightmare

Twelfth Night Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Joe Vincent. Starring Terri McMahon, Bruce Ladd, and Domenique Lozano. At the Bruns Memorial Amphitheater, 100 Gateway & Highway 24, Orinda, (510) 548-9666. There are lots of excellent reasons to head for…
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Aisle Seat

Pride -- For Men Only? The first pride season at New Conservatory Theater Center was so resounding a success that a second season is planned. Auditions will be held early this month, so interested men should send photos and resumes…
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Aisle Seat

Bardolatry The California Shakespeare Festival's new artistic director is actor, director, producer, and carpenter Joe Vincent. It's more than a little fitting for a Renaissance man like Vincent to run a Shakespeare festival. He took time from his new duties…
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So Much to Love

One of the happier paradoxes associated with reviewing a successful production -- in this case, the California Shakespeare Festival's Much Ado About Nothing -- is that the more triumphant the effort, the more invisible its mechanics. There is a seamless…
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Welcome to The Gap

Henry IV, Part One, which chronicles a period of rebellion and unrest in medieval England, is a play edgy with anticipation. It's about waiting and planning, about promises kept and good faith destroyed. Though it's Shakespeare's most popular history play,…
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