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Working for the Mouse

When he was young, for some reason, local playwright Trevor Allen wanted to be Peter Pan. He got a little older and realized that the best way to be Peter Pan was to work as a dress-up character at Disneyland.…
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Chain Reactions and Tick-a-Licious

Chain Reactions is a Fringe Festival hit from 2000 that local playwright Trevor Allen has reworked a little for a new production. It's a fugue of voices -- Einstein's, a physics professor's, a poet's -- on the theme of reality…
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49 Miles

Trevor Allen's new play, like Beach Blanket Babylon, is a musical tour of San Francisco. Unlike BBB, there isn't any singing. This two-hour-plus chain of likely or familiar S.F. scenes follows every inch of the 49 Mile Drive and contrasts…
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