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Entries by Leo Stutzin from 02/2012

Body Awareness Meets Emotional Obtuseness at Berkeley's Aurora

| Posted 02.08.2012 | San Francisco

In Annie Baker's fiercely funny Body Awareness, which is receiving its Bay Area premiere at Berkeley's Aurora Theatre, the lack of empathy doesn't need a medical diagnosis. It's almost universal.

Berkeley Rep's Doctor Dispenses Wild, Wacky Remedy for the Blahs

| Posted 02.21.2012 | San Francisco

A Doctor in Spite of Himself at Berkeley Rep employs puppets, pop-culture references, and all manner of music and physical comedy to dispense pure hilarity. It's nonsense, to be sure, but this nonsense is spectacularly inspired.

Civil War and Personal Tragedy Add Up to a Huge Theatrical Challenge

| Posted 02.28.2012 | San Francisco

How do you capture the chaos, anguish and tragedy of civil war, within the limited canvas of the stage? That's the task the playwright Wajdi Mouawad set for himself in writing the epic drama Scorched.