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Culture, The Exhibitionist <i>Ada and the Memory Engine</i>: Love by the Numbers

Ada and the Memory Engine: Love by the Numbers

“Between zero and one lies a universe,” says Augusta Ada Byron King, Countess of Lovelace (the graceful Kathryn Zdan) in Central Works’s Ada and the Memory Engine, which opened at the Berkeley City Club Saturday. Zero and one are…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Astounding Antigonick at Berkeley's Shotgun Players

Astounding Antigonick at Berkeley's Shotgun Players

No curtain hides the long, curved lick of bare wood that forms the set of the Shotgun Players’ production of Antigonick. Made of light, long planks, it swerves from the floor up to the top of the theater like…
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Calendar, Night&Day Feed Me!

Feed Me!

For this production of the campy classic Little Shop of Horrors, the inventive Boxcar Theater converts its entire space, including lobby and outdoor facade, into a skid row flower shop. The opening number, complete with a live accordion brass band,…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist

Local Superduo Makes Documentary About Wah-Wah Pedal

Let us now praise local-famous superduos; San Francisco has a juicy bunch of them: Frankie Frankeny and Chloé Harris, W. Kamau Bell and Melissa Hudson Bell, Kirk and Camilla Lombard, K. M. Soehnlien and Kevin Clarke, to name a very…
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Calendar, Night&Day Friend and Faux

Friend and Faux

Monique Jenkinson stunned the world when her drag alter ego, Fauxnique, won the Miss Trannyshack title in 2003. She was the only person born a woman to ever have made it to the very tippy top of the San Francisco…
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Culture, Stage Mark Jackson's <i>Shakespearean Psycho</i> at the Ashby Stage.

Mark Jackson's Shakespearean Psycho at the Ashby Stage.

It's hard to think of two manifestations of the Western cultural imagination less alike than Macbeth and Project Runway. Yet the people behind Shotgun Players' production of Shakespeare's stormy tragedy saw fit to follow the performance on New Year's Eve…
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A cryptogram is a text written in code and that's exactly what this play feels like. For 80 minutes playwright David Mamet weaves a repetitive and inscrutable maze of dialogue, taking his time to get to the point. The drama,…
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Culture, Stage Storming Olympus

Storming Olympus

You remember Io, don't you? Dumped by Zeus, turned into a cow, cursed with a gadfly in her brain by jealous Hera, and sent galloping, stark mad, across the desert? Well, she's in town for five weeks only at Exit…
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Dog Bites

Delay of Game For decades, tenants of San Francisco's projects have complained about everything from broken ceilings, bad plumbing, and rotten wiring to the shootings and rapes the Housing Authority has refused to police. After the authority stopped hearing those…
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