Jerry Miller

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    January 21, 2009

    Lost Tuneage: Moby Grape

    Who Dat? Collectively, Moby Grape probably was one of the most talented bands to come out of San Francisco area during the golden age of hippiedom. Formed in 1966 by drummer Skip Spence and manager Matthew Katz (both of whom had just been fired from Jefferson Airplane), the lineup included ... More >>

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    June 20, 2002

    Forget Me Not

    Actors Theatre's Taking Leave reminds us of the awful truth of Alzheimer's

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    March 28, 2002

    Human Hater

    Main Street's Misanthrope Jef Johnson amuses as he abuses

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    March 15, 2001

    All Systems Go

    Despite its flaws, Unhinged's ambitious Code adds up

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    April 27, 2000

    Boys Camp

    Juvenile to the core, Zombies from the Beyond mines junior-high locker rooms for jokes

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    January 13, 2000

    The Greek System

    Riotous Die! Mommy! Die! transforms Electra into a Hollywood satire

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    September 2, 1999

    Grim Meal

    A gluttony of violence forms Eat the Enemy

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    July 1, 1999

    Back to School

    Nash goes nicely nerdy in his one-man take on the teen years

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    April 23, 1998

    In the Land of Dilbert

    Below the Belt visits a familiar white-collar hell

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    November 6, 1997

    Tortured Silence

    In Quills, Stages turns to the past to ask a modern question: Can censorship ever be justified?

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    November 24, 1994

    Living by the Numbers

    Breaking the Code delves into the mathematics of the human heart

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    July 7, 1994

    Dead Men's Tales

    Main Street Theater's splendid "new" Sherlock Holmes