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Culture, Stage Password, Please: Speakeasies Become Sets, the Audience Gets Involved

Password, Please: Speakeasies Become Sets, the Audience Gets Involved

Boxcar Theatre's The Speakeasy, which begins previews this weekend, sounds like the most zeitgeisty show of the season, and not just because it's set in a series of totally hip time periods. The show portrays a San Francisco speakeasy in…
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"Mary Stuart": Theater Review

To appreciate the Shotgun Players' adaptation of Schiller's 18th-century play, Mary Stuart, you must consider the set. It has two doors, three video screens, a mirror, a white board, a one-way window, and a sliding section of floor. The stage…
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