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1995 Stories by Laura Jamison

Archives: 1995
  • Aisle Seat

    published October 4, 1995

    It's Been Real By the time you read this, friends, I'll be putting down roots on the other coast, in that other city -- ask not which, as... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published September 27, 1995

    Theater of the Insane One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest opens this week, marking the 25th anniversary of its original run here in San... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published September 20, 1995

    Dr. Jekyll When Cal Shakes lost two of its cast members right before rehearsals for Much Ado About Nothing (which opened this week at the... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published September 13, 1995

    Fantastic Voyage This week, Solo Mio Festival opens with a toast to Idris Ackamoor and Rhodessa Jones, who have powered through 15 years of... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published September 6, 1995

    Song and Dance Anima Mundi Dance Company's Deep North, the first in a series called "Choreographers in Collaboration" at Center for the... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published August 30, 1995

    Roses to Road Apples Director Mark Wing-Davey is performing a series of "rot experiments" at Berkeley Rep in preparation for the opening of... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published August 23, 1995

    The Dad We Wish We Had What a nice change of pace: Here's the story of a father (straight) and son (gay) who cohabit happily in a town in... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published August 9, 1995

    DoYou Are What You Eat His claim to fame is that he's so well-endowed he can blow his own horn, so to speak: Scott O'Hara, a former gay... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published August 2, 1995

    Painters and Playwrights Bay Area Playwrights Festival is off and running this week with a juicy lineup of readings. This year's batch... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published July 26, 1995

    They Came From the East As ACT goes home to its renovated digs at the quake-damaged Geary this January, its production of The Tempest will... More >>

  • Comparing Notes

    published July 19, 1995

    Every now and then you walk into a theater expecting little - then, 10 minutes into the spectacle, you get your socks knocked off. Who can blame... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published July 19, 1995

    Only Words "It's a far cry from being a gang kid in Santa Rosa," says author Greg Sarris of his current life as an English professor at... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published July 12, 1995

    Baby Face A long-running joke among those who know local actor Luis Saguar is that he always plays hoodlums; he's a sweet, gentle sort of... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published July 5, 1995

    Reynolds Rap Rick Reynolds hits town this week with All Grown Up and No Place to Go, a chronicle of the trials of adulthood (marriage and... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published June 28, 1995

    Bard Bug "It's in the air," says California Shakespeare Festival spokesperson Victoria Kirby. "When Ashland [Ore.] made their announcement... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published June 21, 1995

    Eastern Standard NEW YORK -- OK, so it's not mass migration, but the number of theater workers who've recently left the bay to work in the... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published June 14, 1995

    Most Happy Fellow We can now count Amy Mueller of Brava! for Women in the Arts among the recipients of the coveted fellowship from the... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published June 7, 1995

    The Magic's Gone Albert Hasson will leave his post as managing director of the Magic Theatre at the end of June. Hasson came on two years... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published May 31, 1995

    It's Raining Kelvin Poetry, loud guitars, kimchi and beer -- these are among the key elements in Sung J. Rno's Cleveland Raining, directed... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published May 24, 1995

    Here's the Pitch "It began with the boy's boy in both of us," says Bay Package producer Scott Stohler of himself and cohort David Bransten.... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published May 17, 1995

    Down But Not Out Rumors about Intersection for the Arts have been floating about lately. It's true that the 30-year-old institution has... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published May 10, 1995

    Rush Redux Don't take food from strangers. Apparently, that's what separates New Yorkers from Californians. After a bazillion weeks of... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published May 3, 1995

    ACTing Out The rumor buzzing in the ranks at ACT is that associate artistic director Benny Sato Ambush went straight to the dailies with... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published April 19, 1995

    In Memoriam Bill Oliver, longtime East Bay theater artist, died of a heart attack early this month in Costa Rica, where he was directing his... More >>

  • Aisle Seat

    published April 5, 1995

    A Pig's Life A Place With the Pigs (A Personal Parable), by Athol Fugard, goes up this week at Aurora Theatre Company in Berkeley. The only... More >>

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