On the page, there’s nothing overtly magical about As You Like It. Nobody conjures storms or misappropriates love potions or…
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There’s nothing better than a bright and boisterous musical show to enhance one’s mood — and boy, do we need…
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The road to getting a new musical up and running is often a bumpy one,  and composer Robert Kaplowitz and…
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There’s a point, around halfway through What You Are, when one character turns to another and asks: “You gonna make…
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“Humanism is dead, those who follow it are just old sentimentalists” — Eugène Ionesco In “Rhinoceros,” the celebrated absurdist play…
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How you react to “Happy Days” at the Taper may depend on how you feel about revisiting absurdist theater. If…
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MIAMI — In the deeply unsettling, tragic, yet heartwarming, even life-affirming documentary play United Flight 232, plane crash survivor Clif Marshall…
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“The Good Book’s” authors, Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson, creators of Berkeley Rep’s 2012 “An Iliad,” take on a colossal…
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