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“A Christmas Carol”: Miraculous & Meaningful, at ACT, S.F.

“A Christmas Carol”: Miraculous & Meaningful, at ACT, S.F.

Millennial Notes Charles Dickens’ Magical World Soars to Spectacular Success by Rachel Norby A Christmas Carol is everyone’s favorite holiday tradition. Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas tale applies to any time of year. Dickens may have been writing about Victorian England, but his story of poverty and suffering exists outside the Geary Theater, today, too. Brilliantly directed by Dominique Lozano, “A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas” achieves new heights of spectacle and meaning in this year’s inspiring ACT reincarnation….

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“Partition” Celebrates Spiritual Insights, at Indra’s Net, Berkeley

“Partition” Celebrates Spiritual Insights, at Indra’s Net, Berkeley

Ira Hauptman Mixes Math with Mysticism by Barry David Horwitz The struggle between Indian spirituality and English stubbornness comes to an intimate and exciting revelation, reflecting the Partition of India and the looming end of the British Empire. If the British understood their essentially racist role in India, they might have seen the beautiful contributions of a colonial people entirely unlike themselves. When a brilliant young Indian mathematician arrives at a hostile Cambridge University in 1913, he is faced with…

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