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    Vallejo Shakespeare's production of Shakespeare's bloody 'Titus Andronicus' pulls no punches as it tours the East Bay.

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    Marvel Universe Live, coming to San Jose and Oakland, unites characters from across the comic franchise in a battle for a missing Wand of Watoomb.

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    Yes, some of the characters and dialogue in "South Pacific" are dated and un-PC, but this Oakland production still soars.

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    When “Dancing with the Stars Live! – Hot Summer Nights” comes to Oakland’s Paramount Theatre Aug. 11, the spotlight will be on the professional dancers make up the show’s continuing cast.

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    A lovely production of Gilbert & Sullivan's "Yeoman of the Guard" comes to Mountain View, San Francisco and Livermore.

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    "Savannah Sipping Society" revels in Southern charm and camaraderie more than an intriguing story line.

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    "The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence" in Berkeley cleverly ties people and their need to connect across the centuries.

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    Lower Bottom Playaz' hard-hitting new play "Beyond the Bars: Growing Home" in Oakland looks at how the justice system treats black men.

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    A 17th-century farce comes to Berkeley with a contemporary feel and lots of silly amusing moments -- and it's free.

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    'Iretonia' tells the story of a planet for disabled who were rejected in their homeland; it makes for an unusual night of storytelling and theater in Berkeley.

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    Philip Kan Gotanda's new take on "Rashomon," getting its world premiere by Ubuntu Theater, makes timely statement on distorting the truth.

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    Hayward's Douglas Morrisson Theatre revives the classic goofball comedy "Arsenic and Old Lace."

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    This year's Irish-themed Eugene O'Neill Festival in Danville featuring "Playboy of the Western World," presented by Role Players Ensemble.

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    On Dec. 4, 1956, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis all happened to stop by the Sun Records studio at the same time and starting jamming together. Although their jam session was written up in the papers at the time, it wasn’t until the 1980s that the resulting recordings were released […]

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    Plays dealing with everything from racism to sex to the end of the world (and "The Twilight Zone"!) are at hand at SF Fringe Fest.

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    Walnut Creek troupe Center Repertory Company aims to deliver what artistic director Michael Butler says are celebratory shows, "with some substance."

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    Aaron Posner's "Stupid (Expletive) Bird" manages to mock Chekhov while expanding on his ideas.