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Bad Habits.This is the inaugural production of new Bay Area–based theater company Square Mama. Its mission is to revive plays that, for one reason or another, closed on Broadway or never made it to San Francisco before getting due acclaim.…
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A Bowl of Rose Leaves. Imaginative Productions makes great use of its Studio 300 Theatre home, creating a interesting world where painter Alex must contend with the annoyances of fame, such as a visit from a wealthy couple from Peoria…
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Richard Louis James’ one-man homage to Quentin Crisp

Writer and performer Richard Louis James' one-man show is a languorous homage to the gender-bending English raconteur Quentin Crisp. The show unfolds in two parts: The first half is a monologue advising the audience to embrace style as a form…
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Carved in Stone

In a nut-colored penthouse, with four clocks set to Happy Hour, lives a quartet of queer ghosts: Oscar Wilde, Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams, and Quentin Crisp. An obscure, young, straight writer wanders into this bitches' brew after getting hit by…
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Night Crawler

Queens of England This week, San Francisco was invaded. No one seemed to mind because everyone was far too amused. Eddie Izzard -- lauded by John Cleese as the funniest man in England today -- traipsed through sold-out previews for…
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Death the Jester Memento Mori. By Chrystene Ells. Directed by Roberto G. Varea. Starring Ells, Lorna Aquino Chui, and Mark Hidzick. At Bindlestiff Studio, 185 Sixth St., through July 5. Call 974-1167. "Memento mori" is Latin for "remember that you…
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