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Becoming Julia Morgan. This life story of California's first licensed woman architect was written by Belinda Taylor, described in the program as "playwright, journalist, and arts marketing consultant." And the play itself, spread thin with related but divergent aspects, reflects…
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Culture, Encore

More Theater Reviews

Becoming Julia Morgan. This life story of California's first licensed woman architect was written by Belinda Taylor, described in the program as "playwright, journalist, and arts marketing consultant." And the play itself, spread thin with related but divergent aspects, reflects…
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Calendar, Night&Day We Can Build It!

We Can Build It!

You've probably heard some variation of the (outdated) axiom: A woman can be anything she wants, as long as it's a nurse or a schoolteacher. Until just a few decades ago, any woman who wanted more had to be extremely…
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Culture, Stage Yiddish Panorama

Yiddish Panorama

"Fall down get up," says Naomi Newman in her engaging one-woman variety show at Traveling Jewish Theatre and at the Julia Morgan in Berkeley. "That is one move: Fall down get up!" Newman plays herself, among other characters. Fall Down…
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Great Escapes for Lovers

Love in the Bay Area can be expensive. Fancy dinners out, weekend getaways, private investigators -- these things usually don't come cheap. But there are a few odd gems that couples can enjoy together for not a lot of money.…
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News, Bay View A Matter of Trusts

A Matter of Trusts

In the heart of Japantown, amid the apartments and stores on Sutter Street, is a salmon-colored building designed by architect Julia Morgan that emulates a traditional Japanese fortress. In the early 1900s, the building was known as the "Japanese YWCA,"…
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