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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Despite its narrative shortcomings, “The Cursed Child” exalts theater as a medium much like a portkey, brimming with potential to transfix audiences and transport them to another world.
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Despite its narrative shortcomings, “The Cursed Child” exalts theater as a medium much like a portkey, brimming with potential to transfix audiences and transport them to another world.
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With each new Shakespeare adaptation attempting to bring something new to these familiar stories, there comes the challenge of introducing original elements while preserving the essence of the Bard.
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With each new Shakespeare adaptation attempting to bring something new to these familiar stories, there comes the challenge of introducing original elements while preserving the essence of the Bard.
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Goldfield, a Bay Area native, has been working in local theater for over 30 years. Though she is mainly a performer and director, Goldfield has worked in just about every theater position there is, from makeup to hair to costumes to props.
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Goldfield, a Bay Area native, has been working in local theater for over 30 years. Though she is mainly a performer and director, Goldfield has worked in just about every theater position there is, from makeup to hair to costumes to props.
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For aspiring playwrights, Hall has a simple bit of advice that she received from her own mentor: “band together, be patient, be generous.”
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For aspiring playwrights, Hall has a simple bit of advice that she received from her own mentor: “band together, be patient, be generous.”
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“The Kind Ones” may be a bit rough around the edges, but it’s certainly not without merit.
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“The Kind Ones” may be a bit rough around the edges, but it’s certainly not without merit.
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The world premiere of “Swept Away” represents a musical, unstilted gaze into desire, trust and what makes life worth living.
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The world premiere of “Swept Away” represents a musical, unstilted gaze into desire, trust and what makes life worth living.
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Since the original production of “Heroes of the Fourth Turning” premiered in 2019, a polarizing pandemic and the 2021 capital riots have proven Arbery’s story to be as relevant as ever.
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Since the original production of “Heroes of the Fourth Turning” premiered in 2019, a polarizing pandemic and the 2021 capital riots have proven Arbery’s story to be as relevant as ever.
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This production is one which demands attitude from every actor, and BareStage has delivered completely.
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This production is one which demands attitude from every actor, and BareStage has delivered completely.
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Berkeley Shakespeare Company’s “Macbeth” is well-executed and incredibly intimate, and although it’s not the fanciest production around, the play is undeniably full of charm and talent.
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Berkeley Shakespeare Company’s “Macbeth” is well-executed and incredibly intimate, and although it’s not the fanciest production around, the play is undeniably full of charm and talent.
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Whether through their unwavering ambitions, bright personalities or small personal successes, the headstrong and determined characters never fail to remind audiences about finding the silver lining.
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Whether through their unwavering ambitions, bright personalities or small personal successes, the headstrong and determined characters never fail to remind audiences about finding the silver lining.
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