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Calendar, Night&Day Vulnerably Vulgar

Vulnerably Vulgar

Mary Van Note looks as if she shouldn't have taken the stage. She's too nervous to move or even breathe much. She clutches the microphone with both hands. She looks mostly downward as she stammers into her lines, in this…
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Calendar, Night&Day Bell Tolls For Thee

Bell Tolls For Thee

What is “solo performance,” exactly? At Solo Performance Workshop Festival, this thing gets its own festival, and it costs money to go see, so it better be something. Basically, about 75 years ago in the 1990s, the Bay Area was…
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Calendar, Night&Day Go Out There and Kill

Go Out There and Kill

Comedy about suicide is so rare. Oh, sure, you've got your jokers in the comments on SFGate, but they're not funny. Paolo Sambrano brings it, though. As part of the two-day stage show "On the Periphery of Love," Sambrano mines…
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Culture, Stage

Don't Make Me Look Too Psychotic

Bruce Pachtman returns his loony and hopefully not too autobiographical one-man show to Bannam Place Theater, where it had a long run last year. Standing in as himself -- a sensitive, Jewish, 40s-ish guy who used to be a comedian…
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