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    When There Were People - In the City recalls a time before Things became God

    Photo by Jack GouldDid you know they used to paint about politics? Yes, they did! They painted people with picket signs being dispersed by cops on horseback, people trudging through snow and the Great Depression, people living their rococo lives in ...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on November 4, 1999
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    Y2Carlin - Were all fucked!

    Try to pin down comedy legend George Carlin on his personal politics, and he offers this philosophical nugget: "Everybody's fucked." "I don't have any personal politics; I have beliefs," Carlin said before hitting the road for a tour that stops by...

    by Matt Coker on October 21, 1999
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    Wandering in Wonderland

    For its first 60 minutes, Wonderland is a play worthy of its title. A compelling story of an architect whose family disintegrates as his work falls apart, the design of Chay Yew's play incorporates powerful issues--minority assimilation, sexuality a...

    by Joel Beers on October 21, 1999
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    Goblins Just Want to Have Fun?

    Two sisters walking through a forest happen upon a goblin's market, where the little grotesques are hawking their fruits. Stalwart Lizzie (Susan Hoffman) warns against giving into temptation, but the more adventurous Laura (Marnie Mosiman) abandons ...

    by Dave Barton on October 21, 1999
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    Hello, Dolly! - Part trite, part Brite parts

    photo by Jack GouldDesecrated doll parts are really nothing new; the noted cultural critic Courtney Love sang about them years ago with her band Hole. But "Technology vs. Humanity" at Laguna Beach's Galerie 224 is an interesting bit of a show despit...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on October 21, 1999
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    Saint Lewis - Richard Lewis is a nice guy, even during attempted phone sex

    Ever since our disastrous interview with that fucker from Boston Common--who kept snottily asking, "Is this how you conduct all your interviews?"--we've made an effort to actually write down questions beforehand. But Richard Lewis--the arm-waving ma...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on October 14, 1999
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    Still Crazy

    Nearly 70 years after it was penned, Once in a Lifetime--the acidic George S. Kaufman/Moss Hart satire on the Hollywood movie machine--is still as nasty and relevant as ever. Hollywood still ignores talent in favor of big boobs, writers are dumped w...

    by Dave Barton on October 14, 1999
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    Viva Vasquez!

    Consider all the coke that went up Gary Busey's nose, and it's still possible to claim there are more good lines in Luis Valdez's Bandido!, the entertaining play about the life and legend of notorious 19th-century California bandit Tiburcio Vasquez:...

    by Joel Beers on October 14, 1999
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    Air Sick - Focus is only half-good for you!

    Pot by Lynn Kubasek Photo by Jack GouldDon't ask the sky caps where to find the art exhibit at John Wayne Airport; for once, it's the Orange County sheriffs holding up the wall who can give you the lowdown. Thanks, sheriffs! Stay on the upper lev...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on October 14, 1999
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    One Good Play

    The announcement by Alternative Repertory Theatre (ART) that it would include Edward Albee's Three Tall Women this season was greeted with less than rapture in these quarters. The Southern California premiere of the play, which earned Albee his thir...

    by Joel Beers on October 7, 1999
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    Not-So-Wild West

    Director Hope Alexander's approach to playwright Sam Shepard's 20-year-old knock-down, drag-out True West, about two brothers in conflict, is serviceable enough but timid. Call it the not-so-wild West. Alexander's rendering transforms the foul-mouth...

    by Dave Barton on October 7, 1999
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    One Angry Poet - Stephanie Browns fabulous put-downers field guide

    It's clear what Newport Beach native/San Clemente resident Stephanie Brown is risking in her first book, Allegory of the Supermarket: being thought an asshole. There's a streak of mean running through these poems as wide as the 405 freeway. Compared...

    by MICHAEL C. SMITH on October 7, 1999
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    Not Crap! - Crafts!

    Photo by Jack GouldOnce a year, Newport Beach's ladies who lunch take charge of the Orange County Museum of Art's Pacific Craft Show--"show" as opposed to "exhibit," which means if you've got giant piles of greasy cash, you can buy the lovely bauble...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on October 7, 1999
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    Butterflies Aint Groovy

    Don (Bill Forant) is a young blind man who just moved out on his own, attempting to get away from his domineering mother (Jeanne Nelson). He meets Jill (Carissa Meisner Smit), a teen free spirit in the best and worst meanings of the word: given to e...

    by Dave Barton on September 30, 1999
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    This Dictator Nose Good Theater

    If you feel uneasy when you walk into the Edison Theatre, that's as it should be. Video cameras track your movements, flashing your ugly mug on monitors at both sides of the stage. Catch sight of yourself, look away, but you can't escape: unshaven c...

    by Dave Barton on September 30, 1999
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    Violets Trip Is a Bummer

    Lousy execution kills Violet,the latest small-scale, hit New York musical to receive its Southern California premiere at the Laguna Playhouse. Intriguing themes, complicated characters and a story with real potential are sabotaged throughout by Bria...

    by Joel Beers on September 30, 1999
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    Its Quite Clearly a Monkey! - Clever little Conceptual pieces that dont make us vomit!

    Photo by Jack GouldRegular readers of this column will surely remember some of the extremely droll, clever and witty aspersions I've cast upon Conceptual artworks, though I can't remember any that were merely off-hand. Nonetheless, I'm sure they wer...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on September 30, 1999
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    Flyer Crashes

    The press release for Flyer calls Brad S. Barnes' reworking of the Flying Dutchman myth a "sly, romantic fantasy" set during the French Revolution. Well, it's set in present-day California, and it isn't particularly sly or romantic. Barnes envisions...

    by MICHAEL M. MILLER on September 23, 1999
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    The Ladies Have No Soul

    In the era of Cats and The Phantom of the Opera, it's hard to believe anyone would waste time arguing whether theater should be meaningful or entertaining. But people used to. Lillian Garrett-Groag revisits the antique debate in her play The Ladies ...

    by Joel Beers on September 23, 1999
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    A Charming Philanderer

    Like his other writings, George Bernard Shaw's semi-autobiographical play The Philanderer is foremost a work of ideas--in this case, his ideas about marriage. Like Shaw himself (who was quite the ladies' man), Leonard Charteris is a philosopher and ...

    by ANNA BARR on September 23, 1999
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