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Culture, Stage TheatreWorks gives Shakespeare a hippie makeover in <i>Twelfth Night</i>

TheatreWorks gives Shakespeare a hippie makeover in Twelfth Night

If I thought I could have gotten away with it, I would have devoted my entire column this week to extolling the virtues of Patrick Alparone's legs. Thrillingly encased in tight, hot-pink denim in his role as Feste the fool…
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A Little Night Music

Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's clever, lightsome take on Ingmar Bergman's film Smiles of a Summer Night has been re-set by Robert Kelley from the declining years of the 19th century to the opening years of the 20th -- specifically…
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The Quiet Storm

The current Cal Shakes production of The Tempest lays a heavy emphasis on Prospero's magic, and the director's taste in supernatural effects would embarrass Liberace. Otherwise it's a surprisingly good show. The surprise is in the acting: Comika Griffin, who's…
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