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Calendar, Night&Day Spring Rituals

Spring Rituals

Spring brings the budding of new crops, the bright eruption of magnolias and daffodils over the rain-speckled terrain, and the ritualistic return of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater to UC Berkeley's Zellerbach Hall. In addition to the Ailey's venerated…
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Culture, Art Winter Arts: Dancing Robots, Drag Ballet, and More Naked Flesh Than You've Seen Since Summer

Winter Arts: Dancing Robots, Drag Ballet, and More Naked Flesh Than You've Seen Since Summer

This winter brings a barrage of dance focused on feminine feeling and flesh. Lest you fear this means soggy sap for the foggy months, rest assured that Bay Area stages will have plenty of chiseled fascia, ferocious emotion, and ruthless…
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Calendar, Night&Day Portable Intimacies

Portable Intimacies

The Moth, that revolutionary godmother of live, true, told-without-notes storytelling series, takes over Zellerbach Hall for one night only in celebration of its first book: 50 True Stories. The Bay Area is humming with storytelling series, with new shows…
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Music, All Shook Down Canadian Lesbian Twins Tegan & Sara at Zellerbach Hall 12/6

Canadian Lesbian Twins Tegan & Sara at Zellerbach Hall 12/6

Before you go demanding my head on a lance for that headline, read this. Our favorite ambiguously gay female duo are heading to the bay for a show in Berkeley next month. Don't be surprised to see St. Louis…
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Music, House of Tudor House Of Tudor

House Of Tudor

For centuries, the history of the Roms (or Gypsies) has been written only in their music, because of their nearly pathological distrust of the written word -- or rather a distrust of those who read it. In 1993, director Tony…
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Calendar, Night&Day Rousing Thunder

Rousing Thunder

Stuck between two mountain ranges on a small land mass in the Japan Sea, the inhabitants of the only plain on Sado Island deal with their share of hard living. Siberian storms sweep in during the extended winters, relieved only…
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Music, Thar She Bows

Thar She Bows

In her program notes to Songs and Stories From Moby Dick, Laurie Anderson explains her fascination with Melville's literary masterpiece: "Being a somewhat dark person myself," she says, "I fell in love with the idea that what you look for…
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Bouncy, Bouncy, Bouncy

Half the fun of dance concerts is watching dancers experiment with gravitational pull. Whereas some styles -- butoh and Afro-Cuban come to mind -- embrace the natural tug of physics, other forms, like ballet, have staged an ongoing fight against…
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The House of Tudor

We have seen the evolution of Henry Rollins from angry, young, punk vocalist to angrier, not-so-young, punk poet and publisher. The evolution is perhaps not as remarkable as the fact that Hank's audience is completely happy to play along. What…
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wednesday november 20 Mission: Possible One week can make all the difference in the world, if what happened to author Victor Martinez is any indication. Just six people showed up for his recent reading at Intersection for the Arts, in…
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