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Thrillpeddlers in Peril!

By Richard Dodds | Jan 22
As 1950s horror movies liked to conclude, "The End - or is it?" so it is with Thrillpeddlers: The 26-year-old troupe that has shed buckets of stage blood is losing its home known as the Hypnodrome.

Queens We Love :: Shantell D' Marco, 2016 Miss Florida F.I.

By Scott Holland | Jan 21
I will never forget the very first time I saw Shantell D'Marco in a pageant. Needless to say, the crowd went crazy and she gave us that beautiful smile she has become famous for.

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Out There :: Who's Afraid of Samuel Beckett?

By Roberto Friedman | Jan 21
Bill Irwin knows that we are blessed to live in a world that was graced by the great Irish poet, dramatist and novelist Samuel Beckett. His show "On Beckett," at ACT's Strand Theater through Jan. 22, is Irwin making his case.

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Review :: Finding Neverland

By Adam Brinklow | Jan 20
"Finding Neverland" plays through February 12 at the Orpheum Theatre.

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Review :: Love Sick

By Adam Brinklow | Jan 20
"Love Sick," a new show at Berkeley's Osher Studio, partially adapts "Song of Songs," a collection of ancient erotic poetry that is for some reason part of the Hebrew Bible.

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On Inauguration Night, Dragon Theatre Raises Funds for Planned Parenthood

By EDGE | Jan 19
On Friday, January 20, Dragon Productions Theatre Company will be producing a staged reading of "The Taming" with some help from some Bay Area artists.

Annual Gender-Bending Concert 'Broadway Backwards' Returns on March 13

Jan 18
It's a show where gender doesn't matter, but love does.

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Return to 27 Rue de Fleurus

By Richard Dodds | Jan 15
There was a there there after all. It just didn't happen to be in Oakland. The there that was there was at 27 Rue de Fleurus in Paris, where Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas held court with many of the best and brightest of the Lost Generation.

Broadway's Biggest Stars to Sing on Inauguration Day, in NYC

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 14
Some of Broadway's biggest stars will be spending Inauguration Day at a concert in New York City that raises money for human rights organizations.

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Out There :: Lavender & Under Suspicion

By Roberto Friedman | Jan 14
Based on gay historical novelist Thomas Mallon's brilliant "Fellow Travelers" (2007), the opera of the same name centers on a gay romance during the "Lavender Scare" of the McCarthyite 1950s in Washington, DC.

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