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Culture, The Exhibitionist Razor Blades Soaked In Honey: <i>Deal with the Dragon</i> at A.C.T.'s Costume Shop

Razor Blades Soaked In Honey: Deal with the Dragon at A.C.T.'s Costume Shop

Hanging upside down from the rafters is a scorched and leafless branch. It’s clear that something has set it on fire. A red light beams down through it onto the lone chair sitting just right of center stage. One…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist <i>Harry Thaw Hates Everybody</i> Revives Comedy and Politics of <i>Ragtime</i>

Harry Thaw Hates Everybody Revives Comedy and Politics of Ragtime

 Imagine time traveling to the 1900s and becoming a Broadway sensation, the lover of world-renowned New York City architect Stanford White and the wife of millionaire Harry K. Thaw — and witnessing your husband murder your lover, all before the…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Review: <em>Truffaldino Says No</em> -- We Say Maybe

Review: Truffaldino Says No -- We Say Maybe

Truffaldino Says No, now at Shotgun under the direction of M. Graham Smith, is a loving deconstruction of commedia dell'arte. But the play is at its best when it merely shows the cracks in the form's façade, as opposed…
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"Jerry Springer, the Opera": Theater Review

For all the camp and blasphemy, the West Coast premiere of Jerry Springer, the Opera, inspires more yawning than chair-throwing. Maybe it's because this is San Francisco, but shock value alone does not an operatic farce make, and there's only…
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