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Ariadne Revisited 

Wednesday, Jan 5 2011
Cutting Ball is one of San Francisco’s most dependable outlets for smart, offbeat, well-produced plays, and this month the company is bringing back an audience favorite. In 2008, playwright Eugenie Chan reimagined the Ariadne myth in a short play called Bone to Pick, and now she’s written a sort of prequel called Diadem. The two shows will be performed in tandem, with the exceptional actress Paige Rogers revisiting the role of Ariadne.
Fridays-Sundays. Starts: Jan. 14. Continues through Feb. 13, 2011

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