Considered as one continuous, contiguous work, August Wilson’s “The Pittsburgh Cycle” (which spawned “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”) constitutes a survival…
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The world premiere of the original and ingenious three-part audio drama, “The Flats,” is a prime example of how to…
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Berkeley’s own creative solo-performer, Josh Kornbluth, has a new and fascinating story to tell, live via Zoom. This engaging and…
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The rules of social engagement undergo a powerful rewrite when discourse between a white professor and a Black undergrad goes…
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Speaking truth to power takes on profound new meaning when the parties involved are abolitionist Frederick Douglass and President Abraham…
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Talented playwright Madhuri Shekar won the “2013-14 Kendeda Graduate Playwrighting Contest” for the engaging rom-com “In Love and Warcraft,” and…
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Two couples utilize the services of a fertility clinic. Good news: There’s now a baby on the way! Bad news:…
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A play for our times – performed using technology of our times – awaits you online with the world premiere…
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A sex scandal leads to the resignation of an elected official and creates a leadership vacuum. Political fodder for today’s…
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“I remember the day…” On the surface, “THE DAY” is a multilayered performance with iconoclastic cellist Maya Beiser and retired…
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Culture Clash’s “(Still) in America” is written and performed by Richard Montoya, Ricardo Salinas, and Herbert Siguenza. It features comedic…
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