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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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“I love fantastical things … I love the challenge … Futuristic Afrofuturism to sum it up,” Hill shared. “I think my aesthetic is just finding the beauty in the leftovers and creating a whole new world out of that.”
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“I love fantastical things … I love the challenge … Futuristic Afrofuturism to sum it up,” Hill shared. “I think my aesthetic is just finding the beauty in the leftovers and creating a whole new world out of that.”
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UC Berkeley’s Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, or TDPS, department saw an overwhelming decrease in accepted PhD offers this year. 
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UC Berkeley’s Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, or TDPS, department saw an overwhelming decrease in accepted PhD offers this year. 
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Based on her thoughtful, dedicated and elaborate costuming in “Eurydice,” it’s abundantly clear that Sittler’s meticulous design process has paid off, taking her one step nearer to successfully closing the curtain on her costume design journey at UC Berkeley.
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Based on her thoughtful, dedicated and elaborate costuming in “Eurydice,” it’s abundantly clear that Sittler’s meticulous design process has paid off, taking her one step nearer to successfully closing the curtain on her costume design journey at UC Berkeley.
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From Virgil to Ovid, many have heard the myth of Orpheus and his “half-regained Eurydice,” but few have taken the time to examine the story from the heroine’s point of view.
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From Virgil to Ovid, many have heard the myth of Orpheus and his “half-regained Eurydice,” but few have taken the time to examine the story from the heroine’s point of view.
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Seamlessly weaving movement with sound, poetry and projections, the multimedia experience—a restaging of the 2017 site-specific production by the Lenora Lee Dance Company—follows nine Chinese immigrants through their time at the Angel Island Immigration Station.
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Seamlessly weaving movement with sound, poetry and projections, the multimedia experience—a restaging of the 2017 site-specific production by the Lenora Lee Dance Company—follows nine Chinese immigrants through their time at the Angel Island Immigration Station.
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In a show like “The Late Wedding,” months of work only dazzle the public eye for one weekend. For Bierlein, this is a humbling experience that earnestly links them to their craft.
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In a show like “The Late Wedding,” months of work only dazzle the public eye for one weekend. For Bierlein, this is a humbling experience that earnestly links them to their craft.
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More specifically, Conley is fascinated by robots — which appear frequently in her work — and what humans’ relationships with robots and their humanlike qualities say about us.
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More specifically, Conley is fascinated by robots — which appear frequently in her work — and what humans’ relationships with robots and their humanlike qualities say about us.
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“Unstable Connection,” exists as a unique yet insightful way of highlighting what UC Berkeley students are feeling right now.
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“Unstable Connection,” exists as a unique yet insightful way of highlighting what UC Berkeley students are feeling right now.
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As the first female artistic director for the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre, Hall hopes to serve the local community’s needs above all else. 
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As the first female artistic director for the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre, Hall hopes to serve the local community’s needs above all else. 
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For a show about such serious issues, “The Nesting Instinct” also succeeds by remaining easygoing and humorous.
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For a show about such serious issues, “The Nesting Instinct” also succeeds by remaining easygoing and humorous.
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