'The Caucasian Chalk Circle,' American Conservatory Theater, San Francisco.

British director John Doyle reawakened <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000649" title="Bertolt Brecht" href="/topic/entertainment/music/bertolt-brecht-PECLB000649.topic">Bertolt Brecht</a>'s <a href="http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/2010/02/theater-review-the-caucasian-chalk-circle-at-act.html">parable</a> for our greed-ravaged era. Nathaniel Stookey's eclectic music and ACT's adventurous resident company only deepened the artfully apocalyptic vision.
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( Kevin Berne )

British director John Doyle reawakened Bertolt Brecht's parable for our greed-ravaged era. Nathaniel Stookey's eclectic music and ACT's adventurous resident company only deepened the artfully apocalyptic vision.

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