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    News From the Colonies

    Indian Ink. By Tom Stoppard. Directed by Carey Perloff. Produced by the American Conservatory Theater. Starring Susan Gibney, Jean Stapleton, Ken Grantham, Art Malik, and Firdous Bamji. At the Geary Theater, 415 Geary (at Mason), through March 21. Ca...

    by Michael Scott Moore on March 3, 1999
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    Well-Aged Ailey Offers Visual Feast Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Directed by Judith Jamison. At Zellerbach Hall, Bancroft & Telegraph, UC Berkeley campus, through Feb. 28. Call (510) 642-9988. It's been 40 years since Alvin Ailey staged ...

    by Michael Scott Moore on February 24, 1999
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    Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow Giselle. Performed by Ballet Nacional de Cuba. Directed by Alicia Alonso. At Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley campus, Feb. 12-14. Cuban verve met European romanticism over Valentine's Day weekend in a production that in...

    by Heather Wisner on February 17, 1999
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    Theater of the Sensitive Hamlet. By Charles Marowitz. Directed by Jonathan Gonzalez. Starring Christina Augello, William Boynton, Val Hendrickson, Kurt Kroesche, and Cat Schalis-Thompson. At Exit Stage Left, 156 Eddy (at Taylor), through Feb. 27. C...

    by Heather Wisner on February 10, 1999
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    New York Stories Collected Stories. By Donald Margulies. Directed by Richard Seyd. Starring Cristine McMurdo-Wallis and Jennifer Tighe. At the Berkeley Repertory Theater, 2025 Addison, Berkeley, through March 5. Call (510) 845-4700. The Lisbon ...

    by Michael Scott Moore on February 3, 1999
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    Finkelbaum's Theater The Puppetmaster of Lodz. By Gilles Segal. Directed by Lee Sankowich. Starring Matt Gottlieb, Lucinda Hitchcock Cone, Remi Sandri, and Joe Bellan. At the Marin Theater Company, 397 Miller, Mill Valley, through Feb. 14. Call 3...

    by Michael Scott Moore on January 27, 1999
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    Playing Politics Juno and the Paycock. By Sean O'Casey. Directed by Giles Havergal. Produced by the American Conservatory Theater. Starring Robin Pearson Rose, Charles Dean, Kathleen Kaefer, and Geoff Hoyle. At the Geary Theater, 415 Geary (at Ma...

    by Heather Wisner on January 20, 1999
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    City of Romance Women of Manhattan. By John Patrick Shanley. Directed by Douglas Sept. Starring Robin Mechlowitz, Renee Smith, M. Jane Barrett, George Alvarez, and Ron Malveaux. At the Next Stage, in the Trinity Episcopalian Church at the corner ...

    by Michael Scott Moore on January 13, 1999
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    Twin Star From the Hip. By Blair Fell. Directed by Stephen Rupsch. Starring Michelle Darby, Caitlin McClure, Otis Morgan, and Mary Jo Mrochinski. At the New Conservatory Theater, 25 Van Ness (at Market), through Jan. 16. Call 861-8972. From the...

    by Michael Scott Moore on December 30, 1998
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    Good Word The Loudest Voice and A Child's Christmas in Wales, performed by Word for Word. Voice by Grace Paley. Directed by Adrian Elfenbaum. Starring Sheila Balter and Jim Friedman. Christmas by Dylan Thomas. Directed by Mary Coleman. Starring C...

    by Michael Scott Moore on December 23, 1998
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    Sparkling Diamonds Diamonds in the Dark. By various authors. Directed by Helen Stoltzfus. Starring Albert Greenberg, Naomi Newman, and Corey Fischer. At A Traveling Jewish Theater, 470 Florida (at 17th Street), through Dec. 27. Call 399-1809. M...

    by Michael Scott Moore on December 16, 1998
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    Christmas in Drag Bill and Chuck and Scrooge. By Danny Scheie. Directed by Scheie. Starring Scheie, Liam Vincent, and Richard Ciccarone. At the Marsh, 1062 Valencia (at 22nd Street), through Dec. 20. Call 826-5750. With the bitchy jolt of gay t...

    by Michael Scott Moore on December 9, 1998
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    Consider the Possibilities The Possibilities. By Howard Barker. Directed by Ben Yalom. Starring Linda Ayres-Frederick, Janis DeLucia, Timothy Hull, and Tessa Zugmeyer. At the Next Stage, in the Trinity Episcopal Church at the corner of Gough and ...

    by Heather Wisner on December 2, 1998
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    Off the Marc - A Family Affair

    Antony and Cleopatra is an unwieldy, not-great sequel to the great Julius Caesar. That it's nearly as long as the poet's most important plays without being as easy to produce makes it a rare relic in Shakespeare's cupboard to see live. Lisa Peterson ...

    by Michael Scott Moore on November 25, 1998
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    Three Women Orgasmo Adulto Escapes From the Zoo. By Dario Fo and Franca Rame. Directed by Cris Cassell. Performed by Shelley Mitchell. At the Exit Theater, 156 Eddy (at Mason), through Nov. 21. Call 673-3847. Last year's Nobel Prize in literatu...

    by Heather Wisner on November 18, 1998
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    Subterranean Homeless Blues The Lower Depths. By Maxim Gorky. Directed by Dennis Moyer. Starring Robert Elross, John Nolan, Joan Mankin, Oonagh Kavanagh, Johnny McMorrough, Da'Mon Vann, and John Robb. At Dance Mission, 3316 24th St. (at Mission),...

    by Heather Wisner on November 11, 1998
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    Slow Boat in Africa Let My Enemy Live Long! Written and performed by Tanya Shaffer. Directed by Amy Mueller. Music by Baba Duru Demetrius and Sekou Gibson. At Venue 9, 252 Ninth St. (at Folsom), through Nov. 21. Call 289-2000. The "gift" in Sau...

    by Michael Scott Moore on November 4, 1998
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    Ideas Masked as Drama Mascara. By Rodrigo and Ariel Dorfman. Directed by Heather Cappiello. Starring Bobby Weinapple, Brian Keith Russell, Marin Van Young, Beth Donohue, and Patrick Dooley. At the Julia Morgan Theater, 2640 College Ave. in Berkel...

    by Michael Scott Moore on October 28, 1998
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    Mules and Women Mules. By Winsome Pinnock. Directed by Diane Wynter. Starring Dawn-Elin Fraser, Andrea Harris, and Tina Marie Murray. At the Magic Theater, Fort Mason, Building D, through Nov. 8. Call 441-8822. San Francisco theater suffers a s...

    by Heather Wisner on October 21, 1998
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    Mission Modern "Mixed Program." Lesbian and Gay Dance Festival at Dance Mission Theater, 3316 24th St. (at Mission), through Oct. 18. The final week features commissioned work by Jesselito Bie of Steamroller, Kim Epifano, Remy Charlip, and others...

    by Frederick Luis Aldama on October 14, 1998
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Authentically Yours: Feminist Porn Gets Political Authentically Yours: Feminist Porn Gets Political

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