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Culture, The Exhibitionist Parents Square Off in High-Class Cage Match: Marin Theatre Company's <em>God of Carnage</em>

Parents Square Off in High-Class Cage Match: Marin Theatre Company's God of Carnage

Nina Ball's set for Marin Theatre Company's production of God of Carnage is one of the most apt and striking designs for the stage that we've seen in a while. It clearly announces its characters' class, with its high ceilings,…
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Helluva Night: No Exit and Tape. This is one lopsided double bill. Expression Productions' Helluva Night offers two plays that have almost nothing in common in treatment or tone; the only vague similarity is that each offers a vision of…
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The Unexpected Man

"Bitter" may be the first word spoken in Yasmina Reza's ruefully comic strangers-on-a-train duet, but the lasting aura is of disarming geniality. Reza's text, as translated from the French with characteristic mellifluousness by Christopher Hampton, makes superb fodder for Spare…
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Now and at the Hour. Calling it just a "magic show" doesn't seem quite right. Christian Cagigal's Now and at the Hour is part sleight of hand, part personal revelation, and part straight-up creepiness. Some magicians look and behave as…
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Culture, Stagecap

The Unexpected Man

"Bitter" may be the first word spoken in Yasmina Reza's ruefully comic strangers-on-a-train duet, but the lasting aura is of disarming geniality. Reza's text, as translated from the French with characteristic mellifluousness by Christopher Hampton, makes superb fodder for Spare…
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Art

It's not hard to see why Yasmina Reza's play Art caused such a fuss when it appeared in Paris, London, New York, and just about everywhere else from the late 1990s onward. The tightly wound, bittersweet comedy in which three…
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