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Culture, Stage The Drums  of War

The Drums of War

Troilus and Cressida is one of those Shakespeare plays no one ever thinks about, let alone performs. The script is dense and bloated with speeches by Greek heroes (especially Ulysses). It makes fun of heroism, and war, by turning the…
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Culture, Stage Chekhovian Heebie-Jeebies

Chekhovian Heebie-Jeebies

Three Sisters is quintessential Chekhov, as far as it deals with mooning, overeducated, well-to-do people in the country who wish they were mooning, overeducated, well-to-do people in the city, or anywhere else so long as it's not on some godforsaken…
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Culture, Stage

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Wet and Wild Platee. Performed by the Mark Morris Dance Group, Philharmonia Baroque, and the UC Berkeley Chamber Chorus. Composed by Jean-Philippe Rameau. Staged by Mark Morris. Conducted by Nicholas McGegan. Costumes by Isaac Mizrahi. At Zellerbach Hall, Bancroft &…
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