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In the Bay Area, queer and trans people of color (QTPOC) have managed to carve out communities, safe spaces, and even arts organizations, despite rapid gentrification that has made San Francisco the most expensive rental market in the country.
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This holiday season, it’s gratifying to encounter at least one Victorian-era entertainment that doesn’t end with wassail, Tiny Tim and his crutch.
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Very dark indeed, with a sterling roster of designers all contributing in setting just the right atmosphere to let this Victorian thriller flourish.
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Fingersmith is a richly told page-turner of a novel, and Junge’s edge-of-your seat adaptation faithfully translates its surprise-packed storyline and adds dashes of humor to its sinister atmosphere.
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Full of surprises, twists and turns, the plot is as engaging as the characters are complex.
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Take a neck brace with you: There are so many whiplash-inducing twists in “Fingersmith” that you may need it.
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Junge's Herculean effort capsulizes the 582-page opus into a taut two-hour drama enhanced by exceptional performances and outstanding production design.
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In a world dominated by men, Sue, Maud, and Mrs. Sucksby emerge as powerful women, giving this Victorian tale a strong feminist undercurrent.
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There are lots of twists and turns you definitely have to be paying attention – it’s a great reason to be engaged at the theater.
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