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Culture, The Exhibitionist Video of the Day: <em>Hamlet</em>, Shel Silverstein, and <em>Playboy</em> Magazine

Video of the Day: Hamlet, Shel Silverstein, and Playboy Magazine

How do you take your Hamlet? If you were too busy loathing the Bard in high school to just read the damn play, here are the Cliff's Notes: Shakespeare's "revenge tragedy," Hamlet exemplifies all the necessary elements of the genre,…
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Calendar, Night&Day Ham It Up

Ham It Up

How do you take your Hamlet? If you were too busy loathing the Bard in high school to just read the damn play, here are the Cliffs Notes: Shakespeare’s “revenge tragedy,” Hamlet exemplifies all the necessary elements of the genre,…
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Music, Hear This Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips: Show Preview

Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips: Show Preview

Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips' recent appearance on the popular kids' show Yo Gabba Gabba! — the pair belt out "Let's Ride" as they ride indolently through the sky on a two-seat bicycle — served as a reminder of just…
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The Model Apartment. Comedy may be tragedy plus time, but sometimes a tragedy is so immense that it can only devolve into savage farce. Donald Margulies' The Model Apartment, currently playing at Traveling Jewish Theatre, considers the limits of comedy…
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The Model Apartment. Comedy may be tragedy plus time, but sometimes a tragedy is so immense that it can only devolve into savage farce. Donald Margulies' The Model Apartment, currently playing at Traveling Jewish Theatre, considers the limits of comedy…
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Where the Sidewalk Ends

The beauty and wonder of this amalgamated adaptation of several classic Shel Silverstein books grabs you from the moment the curtain is stripped away. Director and designer Nick Olivero and writer Sarah Savage have created an enchanting world that neatly…
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BATS: Sunday Players: Each week Bay Area Theatresports players pit their improv work against all comers as the audience votes them off one by one until the winner stands alone on the stage. Sundays, 7 p.m., $5-$8, www.improv.org. Bayfront Theater,…
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Calendar, Night&Day And the Tree Was Happy

And the Tree Was Happy

Where the Sidewalk Ends is not for kids: The production by Boxcar Theatre, adapted for the stage by founding member Sarah Savage, is billed as a “contemporary retelling” of Shel Silverstein classics for adults who read them as children. The…
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