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Culture, Stage Breast cancer sucks, and so does <i>Tough Titty</i>

Breast cancer sucks, and so does Tough Titty

What I am about to do may well banish me to hell: I am about to disparage an autobiographical play about terminal breast cancer, written by a playwright who recently died of the disease and produced by a theater company…
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Dr. Bellington's Profession

Robert O'Hara received his local debut almost four years ago when ACT produced Insurrection: Holding History, his wild political fantasia about slavery with the title that sounds like a nonfiction book. The play followed a gay, African-American grad student and…
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Ennio Ennio Marchetto is a funny Italian who dresses up in paper costumes to look and act like well-known celebrities, politicians, and characters from high art, movies, and cartoons. His show opens with a man in pajamas blowing out a…
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Dance the Night Away "Program III: All Balanchine Works." Performed by the San Francisco Ballet. At the War Memorial Opera House, 301 Van Ness (at Grove), through March 14. Call 865-2000. Axioma 7, Swansong, and Rooster. Performed by Rambert…
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History's Hold Insurrection: Holding History. By Robert O'Hara. Directed by Charles Randolph-Wright. Starring Gregory Wallace, L. Peter Callender, Anika Noni Rose, and Velina Brown. At the Geary Theater, 415 Geary (at Mason), through Feb. 8. Call 749-2228. The original book…
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