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Under the Bed and Artemisia go for baroque
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From the cleverly abstract yet functional use of painting materials and everyday objects in Perrone's scenic design to Greta Welsh's dynamic chiaroscuro lighting, composer Youn Joo Sim's transporting score, and choreographer Yong Zoo Lee's incorporation of the histrionic postures of the painter's canvases, Artemisia's mise-en-scène elaborates a vision of symbolic and psychic redress that echoes down the centuries. *

UNDER THE BED — A FAIRYTALE SET IN PURGATORY

Thurs/7–Sat/9, 8 p.m.; Sun/10, 7 p.m., $12–$20

The Garage

975 Howard, SF

(415) 793-8030

darkporchtheater@gmail.com

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