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    Word Play Verbatim. By Terri Kasch. Directed by Mark Staley. Starring Timothy Lane, Shoshana Kuttner, Jason Arquin, and Brighid O'Shaughnessy. Produced by Mike Balsam and the Grindstone Theater Company at Exit Theater, 156 Eddy (at Taylor), throu...

    by Frederick Luis Aldama on July 23, 1997
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    Going Nowhere The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite. By Quincy Long. Directed by Mame Hunt. Starring Bob Ernst, Delia MacDougall, Sean San Jose Blackman, Nick Scoggin, Kimberly Richards, and James Rummonds. At the Magic Theater, Fort Mason, through...

    by Michael Scott Moore on July 16, 1997
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    Summer Camp Dirty Little Showtunes! By Tom Orr. Directed by Allen Sawyer and John Karr. Starring Orr, David Bicha, Eric Brizee, Trauma Flintstone, Birdie-Bob Watt, and Randy Wendelin. At Theater Rhinoceros, 2926 16th St. (at South Van Ness), thro...

    by Heather Wisner on July 9, 1997
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    Death the Jester Memento Mori. By Chrystene Ells. Directed by Roberto G. Varea. Starring Ells, Lorna Aquino Chui, and Mark Hidzick. At Bindlestiff Studio, 185 Sixth St., through July 5. Call 974-1167. "Memento mori" is Latin for "remember that ...

    by Julie Chase on July 2, 1997
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    Rake's Progress Don Giovanni. Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte; music by W.A. Mozart. Translated by Donald Pippin. Stage direction by Michael Taylor. Starring Shouvik Mondle, Ethan Smith, Ellyn Peabody, and Maris Vipulis. Presented by the Pocket Oper...

    by Julie Chase on June 18, 1997
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    Unsafe at Certain Speeds Ralph Nader Is Missing! By Charlie Varon. Directed by David Dower. Starring Varon, Bobby Weinapple, Stacy Ross, and Carl Magruder. At the Marsh, 1062 Valencia (at 21st Street), through June 29. Call 826-5750. It seems l...

    by Julie Chase on June 11, 1997
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    The American Century Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years. Adapted by Emily Mann from the book by Sarah and Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth. Directed by Roberta Levitow. Starring Vinnie Burrows and Delores Mitchell. At the Be...

    by Michael Scott Moore on June 4, 1997
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    My Life as a Freak Freak. Written and performed by John Leguizamo. Directed by David Bar Katz. At the Theater on the Square, 450 Post, through June 15. Call 433-9500. The specter of movie stars returning to the stage to regale fans with tales o...

    by Julie Chase on May 28, 1997
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    Buns Strip! Bare-ly Legal. Written and Directed by Stephen J. McCarthy. Music by Alex Varden. Starring Stephen J. McCarthy, Euri, and Kevin Kramer. At Rococo's Showplace, 165 10th St. (at Mission), on an open run. Call 392-4400. By the end of S...

    by Michael Scott Moore on May 21, 1997
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    Taking the Heat Rosita's Jalapeno Kitchen. Written and directed by Rodrigo Duarte Clark. Starring Luz de la Riva. At El Teatro de la Esperanza, 2940 16th St. (at Capp), Second Floor, through May 24. Call 255-2320. The lead character in Rosita's...

    by Carol Lloyd on May 14, 1997
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    The Audience Is The Thing Shear Madness. By Paul Portner. Directed by Bruce Jordan. Starring Matt Callahan, Francine Torres, and Christopher Tarjan. At the Mason Street Theater, 340 Mason, on an open run. Call 982-5463. It's hilarious, it's rib...

    by Julie Chase on May 7, 1997
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    Beauty Secrets The Face by the Door. By Kristina Robbins. Directed by Jacob Kornbluth. Starring Robbins. At the Marsh, 1062 Valencia, through May 17. Call 826-5750. The funniest piece of satire I've ever seen on TV was a documentary on Neiman-M...

    by Julie Chase on April 30, 1997
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    Faithful An Almost Holy Picture. By Heather McDonald. Directed by Sharon Ott. Starring J. Michael Flynn. At the Berkeley Repertory Theater, 2025 Addison (at Shattuck), Berkeley, through May 9. Call (510) 845-4700. There is something gutsy and r...

    by Julie Chase on April 23, 1997
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    Maps and Legends Lonely Planet. By Steven Dietz. Directed by Arturo Catricala. Starring Greg Hoffman and John Hogan. Presented by the New Conservatory Theater, 25 Van Ness (at Market), through May 17. Call 861-8972. Jody, in Steven Dietz's Lone...

    by Carol Lloyd on April 16, 1997
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    Old Berlin Face the Music. Book by Moss Hart; music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Directed by Greg MacKellan. Starring Jon DiSavino, Susan Himes Powers, Jesse Caldwell, Carla Befera, and Noah Haydon. Produced by 42nd Street Moon at the New Conserv...

    by Carol Lloyd on April 9, 1997
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    Love's Labor Lost Eleemosynary. By Lee Blessing. Directed by Frank E. Reilly. Starring Laura Holliday, Jane Carmichael, and Margaret Schenck. Presented by the Chamber Theater at the Phoenix Theater, 301 Eighth St. at Folsom, through April 20. Cal...

    by Carol Lloyd on April 2, 1997
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    Commawdification Commawdity. Presented by Awd at Brady Street Dance Theater, Feb. 21-23. What do you get when you combine a pregnant tattooed woman, a bunch of art-damaged modern dancers, one deranged drummer, and a soprano with good hair? One ...

    by Michael Scott Moore on March 26, 1997
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    Performance Anxiety Girlfriend. Written and performed by Deke Weaver, as part of the Edge Festival 1997. At Dancers' Group Studio Theater March 1, 2, & 6-8. Ever since Laurie Anderson took to the stage with her amalgam of floating text, song, a...

    by Michael Scott Moore on March 19, 1997
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    The Relic The Mikado. By Gilbert and Sullivan. Directed by Barbara Heroux. Starring Michael Matson and Marla Kavanaugh. Presented by the Lamplighters at Lindland Theater, Archbishop Riordan High School, 175 Phelan, through March 23. Call 392-4400...

    by Heather Wisner on March 12, 1997
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    Scot Free Macbeth. By William Shakespeare. Directed by Tony Taccone. Starring Carl Lumbly and L. Scott Caldwell. At the Berkeley Repertory Theater, 2025 Addison in Berkeley, through April 4. Call (510) 845-4700. Nobody needs another review abou...

    by Carol Lloyd on March 5, 1997
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