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Culture, The Exhibitionist Director Susi Damilano drives SF Playhouse's production of On Clover Road

Director Susi Damilano drives SF Playhouse's production of On Clover Road

You're about to enter a world of opposing factions, false prophets and questioned beliefs — and you don't know who to trust. No, this isn't the presidential primaries. It's the rolling world premiere of Steven Dietz thriller On Clover Road,…
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Plays about successful, smug writers are hardly new. But playwright Steven Dietz takes the old formula and gives it a clever new twist by turning his husband-wife pair of novelists against each other. Bad news from the wife's doctor leads…
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Lonely Planet

You know you've been a critic too long when you've seen Lonely Planet twice. Steven Dietz's play about two gay men and a map store had a maudlin production at the New Conservatory a few years ago; now Unconditional Theater…
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Private Eyes

In Steven Dietz's Private Eyes, the stage turns on itself. Every time we feel we are witnessing the real story, a director steps in from the sidelines with his comments, rendering the scene a rehearsal and placing himself at the…
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Fantastic Voyage The Odyssey. Adapted by Richard Silberg. Directed by Amy Sass. Starring Keith Davis, Beth Donohue, Sandie Armstrong, and Ali Dadgar. Set and puppets by Michael Frassinelli. At Ohlone Park, Martin Luther King & Hearst, Berkeley, Aug. 8. Continues…
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