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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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    Hot for Teacher Park Your Car in Harvard Yard. By Israel Horovitz. Directed by John Higgins. Starring Dean Goodman and Rebecca Dines. Presented by Network Theater at the Jewel Theater, 655 Geary, through March 9. Call (510) 562-4647. Park Your ...

    by Julie Chase on February 26, 1997
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    Visions 20/20 Blake. Created and directed by George Coates. Based on the work of William Blake. At George Coates Performance Works, 110 McAllister, through March 30. Call 863-8520. William Blake vilified the Industrial Revolution mounting in hi...

    by Carol Lloyd on February 19, 1997
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    Paint by Numbers Painting Churches. By Tina Howe. Directed by Amy Robins. Starring Susan Collins, Ralph Miller, and Dolores Richardson-Lubin. Presented by Actors Ensemble of Berkeley at the Live Oak Theater, 1301 Shattuck in Berkeley, through Feb...

    by Carol Lloyd on February 12, 1997
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    Big Game Rhinoceros By Eugene Ionesco. Directed by Joshua Marchesi. Starring Frederick Bald and Ursula McClelland. At the Exit Theater, 156 Eddy, through Feb. 8. Call 673-3847. Rhinoceros is Eugene Ionesco's fable of a Frenchman resistin...

    by Carol Lloyd on February 5, 1997
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    Speech Effects

    Texts for Nothing By Samuel Beckett. Directed by Anders Cato. Starring Joseph Chaikin. At the Magic Theater, Fort Mason, Jan. 18-27. Joseph Chaikin had left the stage, but the applause kept coming. Mame Hunt, the Magic's artistic director, step...

    by Frederick Luis Aldama on January 29, 1997
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    Story Hour - Out There The Business

    The Zoo Story By Edward Albee. Directed by Aida Jones. Starring Carolyn Bates and Kerry LaBelle. Presented by the 511e Chronicles at the Brava! Studio, 2180 Bryant, through Jan. 26. Call 982-6422. To most people, "alternative staging" means a W...

    by Michael Scott Moore on January 22, 1997
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    Four Men and an Aunt

    Travels With My Aunt Directed and adapted by Giles Havergal from the novel by Graham Greene. Starring Ken Ruta, Geoff Hoyle, Charles Dean, and Bryan Close. Presented by the American Conservatory Theater at the Geary Theater, 415 Geary, through Fe...

    by Mari Coates on January 15, 1997
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    New York, New York

    Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back! Written and directed by Gerard Alessandrini. At the Triad, 158 W. 72nd Street, New York City; call (212) 799-4599. Tubes By Blue Man Group. At the Astor Place Theater, 434 Lafayette, New York City; call (212...

    by Mari Coates on January 8, 1997
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    Stage 1996 - Five notable productions

    Hurray and happy new year, and welcome to my choices for "Favorite Five of '96." The productions included all qualified as excellent, heart-stopping, jaw-dropping theater. Listed alphabetically, they are: All in the Timing (Marin Theater Company), He...

    by Mari Coates on January 1, 1997
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    Back to School

    U.C., a Farce Written and directed by John Fisher. Starring Fisher and members of Sassymouth. At the Stage Door Theater, 420 Mason, Thursday, Jan. 2. Call 433-9500. Early in U.C., a Farce, the prodigiously talented John Fisher's new "comedy of ...

    by Mari Coates on December 25, 1996
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    Word Up

    The Confessions of Madame Psyche From the novel by Dorothy Bryant. Directed by Delia MacDougall. Starring Yumi Sumida, JoAnne Winter, Sammie Choy, Jeri Lynn Cohen, and Tahmus Rounds. Presented by Word for Word at the Magic Theater, Fort Mason Cen...

    by Mari Coates on December 18, 1996
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    Heavenly

    Journey to the West Directed by Mary Zimmerman; adapted by her from the translation by Anthony C. Yu. Starring Jane C. Cho, Kim Miyori, Christopher Donahue, Nelson Mashita, and Doug Hara. Presented by Berkeley Repertory Theater at the Zellerbach ...

    by Mari Coates on December 11, 1996
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    Pussy Whipped

    Banjy Pussy Raging Written and performed by Idris Mignott. At Josie's Cabaret & Juice Joint, 3583 16th St., through Dec. 8. Call 861-7933. The particular gift of solo performance -- besides the astonishing flexibility of the form -- is the spec...

    by Mari Coates on December 4, 1996
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    Hello, Jerry! Now Go Home

    Tune the Grand Up Songs by Jerry Herman. Directed by Jay Manley. Musical direction by Barry Lloyd. Starring Pierce Brandt, Dan Johnson, Michelle E. Jordan, Barry Lloyd, Marsha Mercant, and Jane Wasser. At the Alcazar Theater, 650 Geary, in an ope...

    by Mari Coates on November 27, 1996
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    Behind the Scenes

    Love! Valour! Compassion! By Terrence McNally. Directed by Warner Shook. At the Berkeley Repertory Theater, 2025 Addison, Berkeley, through Jan. 3. Call (510) 845-4700. There's a point in the second act of Berkeley Rep's lovingly rendered produ...

    by Mari Coates on November 20, 1996
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    Stage Door

    Karen Black: A View of the Heart Karen Black has been inhabiting offbeat characters to mixed response since '60s films like Easy Rider and Five Easy Pieces. Her quirky one-woman show (directed by Robin McKee) lurches in similar fashion between se...

    by Mari Coates on November 20, 1996
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