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Berkeley Rep, EXIT and other theaters pause reopening plans in response to COVID surge

Just as Bay Area theaters are set to welcome their first audiences in over a year, many of those same theaters are now advising audiences to stay home. The Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s in-person 2021-’22 season was scheduled to begin with the Oct. 1 world premiere of “the ripple, the wave that carried me home” by Christina Anderson. On Aug. 11, the Rep issued a press release explaining that “due to the increasing COVID cases spurred by the Delta variant and to ensure the utmost safety, the 2021/22 season will now begin November 12, 2021 with the production of ‘Wintertime,’ reuniting playwright Charles L. Mee and director Les Waters.”
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Delta variant slams MTC’s ‘The Sound Inside’

The seemingly endless rollercoaster ride for Mill Valley arts organizations continued this week as the delta variant surge has caused the Marin Theatre Company to halt its planned in-person opening of the West Coast premiere of Obie Award winner and Pulitzer Prize finalist Adam Rapp‘s new play, The Sound Inside.
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