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Here the two lovers unite for the first and last time. Back-to-back, in and out of each other's arms, they swirled and swooned and held each other. When Kim finally came to rest inside Edward's enfolding embrace, the scissors against her chest looked like silver flowers. (Rita Felciano)
EDWARD SCISSORHANDS
Through Dec. 10
Orpheum Theater
1192 Market, SF
$35–$90
www.shnsf.com

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