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Calendar, Night&Day Kara and Katy

Kara and Katy

Those who don’t count themselves fans of local modern dance have never seen Kara Davis move. This jewel in the crown of some of S.F.’s gutsiest companies carves space with the intricacy of a master carpenter, nailing with paradoxical precision…
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Calendar, Night&Day So Pretty

So Pretty

Local chanteuse and pianist Katy Stephan's new record Saints of the Lost Cause Saloon is full of her signature pop-classicism laced with a brass-band festival sensibility; it features contributions by Ara Anderson, the Blue Belles, and Alex Kelly. It also…
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Culture, Encore

Encore

The Fantasticks. The longest-running play in American history is also musical theater's cheesiest self-parody, a sweet, dumb story about two fathers who pretend a Montague-and-Capulet-style feud as an excuse to keep their kids, Luisa and Matt, apart. The hope, of…
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Culture, Encore

Encore

Betrayal. Harold Pinter's simple drama of adultery, told backward for the simplest of reasons, shows a love triangle from its last bitter drink in a bar to its first forbidden kiss. A literary agent named Jerry carries on for seven…
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Culture, Stage

The Fantasticks

The longest-running play in American history is also musical theater's cheesiest self-parody, a sweet, dumb story about two fathers who pretend a Montague-and-Capulet-style feud as an excuse to keep their kids, Luisa and Matt, apart. The hope, of course, is…
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Culture, Stage

Three Blooms

Amy Bloom is best known for her first story collection, Come to Me, which deals with affairs, therapists, and other stuff you'd expect to find in a New Yorker story. Three of the volume's stories -- "Hyacinths," "The Sight of…
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