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    King of the Jungle King Lear. By William Shakespeare. Directed by Val Hendrickson. Starring John Robb, Trish Adair, Allyson Kulavis, Cat Schaulis Thompson, Brian Linden, Jonathan Gonzalez, Jack Halton, and others. At the 450 Geary Studio, 450 Gea...

    by Carol Lloyd on May 20, 1998
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    Making the Scene Nesting Dolls. Choreography by Cid Pearlman. Original music by Jonathan Segel and Erling Wold. At ODC Theater, 3153 17th St. (at South Van Ness), May 1-9. Call 863-9834. On any night in any club, people dance grandiose visions ...

    by Michael Scott Moore on May 13, 1998
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    The Story of Miyo Miyo in the Middle. Choreography and text by Kimiko Guthrie-Kupers. At Theater Artaud, 450 Florida (at 17th Street), April 23-26. Call 621-7797. Dance creates mood and elaborates emotional and social nuance; it doesn't do plot...

    by Heather Wisner on May 6, 1998
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    Race Land Valley Song. By Athol Fugard. Directed by Timothy Douglas. Starring Paul Butler and Anika Noni Rose. Presented by Berkeley Rep at the Lorraine Hansberry Theater, 620 Sutter (at Mason), through May 10. Call (510) 845-4700. Athol Fugard...

    by Michael Scott Moore on April 29, 1998
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    Beverly's Party Abigail's Party. By Mike Leigh. Directed by Tom Ross. Starring Susan Marie Brecht, Don Weingust, Lura Dolas, Philip Stockton, and Jessica Powell. Presented by the Aurora Theater at the Berkeley City Club, 2315 Durant (at Ellsworth...

    by Heather Wisner on April 22, 1998
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    Grudge Match The Widow's Blind Date. By Israel Horovitz. Directed by Paul D'Addario. Starring James Palermo, Finn Curtin, and Peggy Lopipero. At the Actors Theater, 533 Sutter (at Powell), through April 18. Call 296-9179. Israel Horovitz's cano...

    by Julie Chase on April 15, 1998
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    Liking Lumpiness The Aesthetics of Awkwardness. Choreography by Bill Shannon. Performed by Shannon and members of Axis Dance Company. At Yerba Buena Center for the Arts' Forum, 701 Mission (at Third Street), March 17. Call 978-2787. Awkwardness...

    by Carol Lloyd on April 1, 1998
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    Naked Ecstasy. "Devised" by Mike Leigh. Directed by Helen James. Starring Sandie Armstrong, William Waghorn, and Beth Donohue. At the Speakeasy Theater, 2016 Seventh St. (at University), Berkeley, through April 4. Call (510) 798-1300. The title...

    by Apollinaire Scherr on March 25, 1998
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    Trouble at the Brady Street Dance Center A bitter dispute among the principals of the Brady Street Dance Center threatens to destroy what in just three years has become the city's most inviting venue for dance. In 1996, the center, then just...

    by Carol Lloyd on March 18, 1998
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    Dance the Night Away "Program III: All Balanchine Works." Performed by the San Francisco Ballet. At the War Memorial Opera House, 301 Van Ness (at Grove), through March 14. Call 865-2000. Axioma 7, Swansong, and Rooster. Performed by Ramb...

    by Apollinaire Scherr on March 11, 1998
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    Skimming Over the Underground Underground. Choreography by Deborah Vaughan. Presented by Dimensions Dance Theater at Alice Arts Theater, 1428 Alice (at 14th Street), Oakland, Feb. 14 & 15. Call (510) 465-3363. Dimensions Dance Theater, Alice Ar...

    by Michael Scott Moore on March 4, 1998
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    Shooting at the Converted Combat! An American Melodrama. Written and directed by John Fisher. Starring Fisher, Christopher Herold, Gary Cannon, Jeffrey Fierson, Jana Chavez, and Brian Yates. At the Victoria Theater, 2961 16th St. (at Capp), throu...

    by Carol Lloyd on February 25, 1998
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    Displaced Persons The Chinese Art of Placement. By Stanley Rutherford. Directed by Glynis Rigsby. Starring John Robb. At the Phoenix Theater, 301 Eighth St. (at Folsom), through Feb. 28. Call 621-4423. Feng shui is the modish Chinese art of inter...

    by Apollinaire Scherr on February 18, 1998
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    In Living Color School for Scandal. By Richard Sheridan. Directed by Manu Makasa. Starring Jan Hunter, Michael Asberry, Sherri Young, Fred Savallon, and Belinda Sullivan. At Mills College Theater (Lisser Hall), 5000 MacArthur, Oakland, through Fe...

    by Michael Scott Moore on February 11, 1998
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    Beware the Holy Vampire Blood on the Cat's Neck. By Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Directed by Mark Nishimura. Starring Katie Hemmeter, Carlo Mapa, Brian Bonham, Jereme Anglin, Howard Squires, Ray Rea, Nadine Defranoux, Dawn Nott, Sarah Green, and Jan...

    by Carol Lloyd on February 4, 1998
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    History's Hold Insurrection: Holding History. By Robert O'Hara. Directed by Charles Randolph-Wright. Starring Gregory Wallace, L. Peter Callender, Anika Noni Rose, and Velina Brown. At the Geary Theater, 415 Geary (at Mason), through Feb. 8. Call...

    by Carol Lloyd on January 28, 1998
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    A Screwed-Up Screw The Turn of the Screw. Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from Henry James' novella. Directed by Lee Sankowich. Starring Darren Bridgett and Jenny Lord. At Marin Theater Company, 397 Miller Ave. in Mill Valley, through Feb. 8. Call 388...

    by Apollinaire Scherr on January 21, 1998
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    Let There Be Sleight Bamboozles of the Barbary Coast. Written and performed by Tom Nixon. At the Shelton Theater, 533 Sutter (at Mason), on an open run. Call 646-0984. Bamboozles of the Barbary Coast begins the moment you call for tickets. "Thi...

    by Apollinaire Scherr on January 14, 1998
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    A Very Smuin Xmas The Christmas Ballet. Choreography by Michael Smuin. Performed by Smuin Ballets/SF at Center for the Arts, 700 Howard (at Third Street), Dec. 17-30. Call 978-2787. At some point in "The Bells of Dublin" -- one of over two doze...

    by Carol Lloyd on January 7, 1998
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    Learning to Fly Cinderella: A Tale of Survival. Choreography by Krissy Keefer. Text by Toni Press. Performed by the Dance Brigade with live music by Ferron at the Alice Arts Center, 1428 Alice (at 14th Street), Oakland, Dec. 12-14. Call (510) 652...

    by Michael Scott Moore on December 31, 1997
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