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Home-Made Miracles

by Resident Dramaturg Philippa Kelly “Every single living thing is food to at least one living thing,” says Mokokoma Mokhonoana, reprising Hamlet’s observation that “A man may fish with the worm that hath eat of a king, and eat of the fish that hath fed of that worm.” This—the understanding that in death, the great …

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Exit, Pursued By A Bear

by Philippa Kelly The Winter’s Tale has almost thirty references to the word, “bear,” the most famous of which is the stage direction for Antigonus, “Exit, pursued by a bear,” and the clown’s description of the scene thereafter: “the bear/Half-dined on the gentleman…” Why is the servant Antigonus pursued by a bear after he deposits the baby Perdita …

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Full Company

The 2021 Company Eric Ting, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR          Sarah Williams, MANAGING DIRECTOR THE WINTER’S TALE ARTISTIC COMPANYUlises Alcala, COSTUME DESIGNERKendra Kimbrough Barnes, CHOREOGRAPHERNina Fay, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR & COVID SAFETY MANAGERSafiya Fredericks, ACTORMichael Kelly, SOUND DESIGNERPhillippa Kelly, RESIDENT DRAMATURGWen-Ling Liao, LIGHTING DESIGNERDean Linnard, ACTORDave Maier, FIGHT DIRECTORCraig Marker, ACTORRegina Morones, ACTORTanya Orellana, SCENIC …

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West Edge Opera

Three weekends of three operas: one from early music, one from the 20th century, and one contemporary. Catch Eliogabalo by Franesco Cavalli, Katya Kabanova by Leoš Janáček, and Elizabeth Cree by Kevin Puts and Mark Campbell. Learn more.

Berkeley Symphony

August 4: Berkeley Symphony Back for their first performance in over 18 months, Berkeley Symphony brings Joseph Young and their wonderful musicians to the stage—featuring a festive program of beloved opera themes and contemporary works from some of the most exciting composers of our time. And don’t miss a few performances from Cal Shakes actors. Learn …

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