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‘La Femme Tragique’ at Les Girls

By Kris Eitland | July 18, 2012 |
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I am not a big fan of burlesque and rarely enjoy butoh – so many sad characters and powdered angst.  But Kata Pierce’s press release caught my attention:  Golden Corpse Butoh Ensemble presents “La Femme Tragique: The Story of Memorie” at Les Girls Theater. Les Girls is an all-nude strip club off Rosecrans. It’s hard…

Globe’s Stale Wind

By Welton Jones | July 15, 2012 |
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The years have not been good to “Inherit the Wind,” the 1955 play in which Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee used a landmark evolution trial to comment on Sen. Joe McCarthy’s hunt for commies in government. The so-called “Scopes Monkey Trial” of 1925 tested a state law against teaching Charles Darwin’s evolution theory. The…

Globe Goes Gloomy for Shakespeare

By Welton Jones | July 3, 2012 |

The Old Globe’s summer Shakespeare repertory is set in a drab, Eastern European world of bullies and bloodshed. “As You Like It” manages to detach and float free, spreading its serene glories as a unique theatrical masterpiece. But “Richard III” remains bogged down in the loathsome blight of its hypnotic title character. That one genius…

Placid Pops Opening Saved by Spectacular Singers

By Ken Herman | June 30, 2012 |
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Friday afternoon, before I left home to go down to Embarcadero Marina Park South to attend the San Diego Symphony’s season-opening Pops Concert, I was reading New Yorker music critic Alex Ross’s current account of the Brooklyn Philharmonic. Describing that orchestra’s summer outdoor concerts in varying venues across the borough, Ross focused on one in…

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