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2008 Stories by Nathaniel Eaton

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  • Also Playing

    published December 24, 2008

    The Arabian Nights. Mary Zimmerman's theatrical retelling of narratives from the ancient Middle Eastern story cycle also... More >>

  • Star Wars: Live on Stage!

    published December 17, 2008

    Who the hell knows how they did it, but somehow the funky people behind one of the city's funkiest theaters, the Dark Room, got permission from... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published December 17, 2008

    The American Dream. There's a definite absurdist quality to Boxcar Theatre's production of Edward Albee's The American... More >>

  • Seeing local theater in someone's living room

    published December 10, 2008

    There's a definite absurdist quality to Boxcar Theatre's production of Edward Albee's The American Dream. Artistic directors Peter... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published December 10, 2008

    The America Play. Set in "an exact replica of the Great Hole of History" — a Beckettian nowhere land — Suzan-Lori... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published December 3, 2008

    Current Nobody. If you're going to rewrite The Odyssey, then Homer's epic should serve as a vital inspiration rather than... More >>

  • Evie's Waltz

    published November 26, 2008

    The Magic Theatre's new artistic director, Loretta Greco, has hit a second solid home run with Evie's Waltz. It takes about half an hour... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published November 26, 2008

    The Last Yiddish Poet. To kick off its 30th season, Traveling Jewish Theatre is revisiting one of its first productions, which... More >>

  • Dead Language Society

    published November 19, 2008

    Yiddish, in the perception of today's popular culture, often seems to be an odd collection of endearment terms (bubbe, mensch) and, of course,... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published October 15, 2008

    7 Beggars. I have no idea why Tim Barsky is not a huge household name; he is a megatalent. The Oakland-based Barsky is an... More >>

  • Tim Barsky's new play, 7 Beggars, leaves us begging for more

    published October 8, 2008

    I have no idea why Tim Barsky is not a huge household name; he is a megatalent. The Oakland-based Barsky is an unbelievable beatboxer,... More >>

  • Believe it or not, Moby Dick is good material for a musical

    published October 8, 2008

    After putting the "head" in Hedda Gabler and the "sin" in Cinderella, the fishnet- and short-skirt–wearing schoolgirls of... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published August 27, 2008

    Bad Habits.This is the inaugural production of new Bay Area–based theater company Square Mama. Its mission is to revive... More >>

  • Emo the Musical

    published August 20, 2008

    This play is kind of like The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee for goths. Oh, wait a second. Don't call them goths —... More >>

  • Bad Habits

    published August 20, 2008

    This is the inaugural production of new Bay Area-based theater company Square Mama. Its mission is to revive plays that, for one reason or... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published July 30, 2008

    American Joe Despite being given life by the same DNA donors and being raised in the same household, siblings often grow into... More >>

  • The Lorca Summer Festival: Blood Wedding

    published July 23, 2008

    Plays by Spanish playwright Federico García Lorca can be tricky to produce. They juxtapose stylized prose with poetic verse, and are... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published July 23, 2008

    American Joe Despite being given life by the same DNA donors and being raised in the same household, siblings often grow into... More >>

  • Killing My Lobster new show doesn't kill

    published July 16, 2008

    San Francisco's flagship comedy troupe is back with a new show, new actors, and a different performance space. This edition's theme is "time,"... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published June 25, 2008

    Franz Kafka's Love Life, Letters, and Hallucinations in Short Scenes with Live Actors. The long title essentially sums up the... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published June 18, 2008

    7 Sins. Halfway through James Judd's entertaining 75-minute solo show, it dawns on you: Who the hell is this guy and why am I... More >>

  • Franz Kafka's Love Life, Letters,and Hallucinations in Short Scenes with Live Actors

    published June 11, 2008

    The long title essentially sums up the plot structure of this meticulously detailed biography of the famous writer's tumultuous love life and... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published June 11, 2008

    7 Sins. Halfway through James Judd's entertaining 75-minute solo show, it dawns on you: Who the hell is this guy and why am I... More >>

  • Headspace

    published June 4, 2008

    Boxcar Theatre prides itself on creating both experiential and experimental theater; the company did a past show on a moving bus, and is in... More >>

  • Also Playing

    published June 4, 2008

    7 Sins. Halfway through James Judd's entertaining 75-minute solo show, it dawns on you: Who the hell is this guy and why am I... More >>

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