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Culture, Stage Celestial Seasonings

Celestial Seasonings

Getting "god-fucked" -- as Liz Duffy Adams so eloquently puts it in her dark musical comedy One Big Lie -- is, despite the comedy part, no laughing matter. According to Ovid's Metamorphoses, relationships between mortals and gods always turn out…
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A-A-America!

British playwright Edward Bond's 1976 play A-A-America! consists of two frankly offensive one-acts about lynching and American racism. The first, "Grandma Faust," is a cartoonish Brer Rabbit-style tale about a Southern yokel named Uncle Sam who makes a Faustian deal…
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49 Miles

Trevor Allen's new play, like Beach Blanket Babylon, is a musical tour of San Francisco. Unlike BBB, there isn't any singing. This two-hour-plus chain of likely or familiar S.F. scenes follows every inch of the 49 Mile Drive and contrasts…
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