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Author: Evelyn Arevalo

“Tinderella”—Sexting, BART, & Lost Heels, at Custom Made, S.F.

“Tinderella”—Sexting, BART, & Lost Heels, at Custom Made, S.F.

Millennial Notes Rose Oser & Weston Scott’s Raw Lyrics Astound by Evelyn Arevalo “Tinderella” weaves more than a typical romance into its tapestry. Our modern princess is looking for more, as she discovers strange and wonderful suitors. And she makes a serious discovery of what it takes to start living your best life, in Custom Made Theatre’s co-production with Faultline Theater. Writer Rose Oser, lyricist Weston Scott, and composer Christian B. Schmidt tackle race, sexual identity and the superficiality of…

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“Gangster of Love”—A Spectacular Family Reunion, at Magic Theatre, S.F.

“Gangster of Love”—A Spectacular Family Reunion, at Magic Theatre, S.F.

Millennial Notes Hagedorn, Greco Create Masterful Visual Palette by Evelyn Arevalo “The Gangster of Love” by Jessica Hagedorn transports us to the 70s, to follow the outlandish exploits of the newly arrived Filipino Rivera family in San Francisco. Get ready to be amazed by a live action rock band, a psychedelic LSD trip, and a raucous birthday party. Director Loretta Greco gives us an intimate look into the Rivera family’s troubled assimilation into America. With them, we travel the familiar…

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“All in the Timing: Short Comedies” Inspire Love, at U.C., Berkeley

“All in the Timing: Short Comedies” Inspire Love, at U.C., Berkeley

Millennial Notes David Ives’ Surreal Tales Leave Us Laughing by Evelyn Arevalo “All in the Timing” presents four short comedies that all focus on misconnections and the shortness of life. David Ives’ brief plays combine daily life and spurts of surreal humor. In “Time Flies,” Ives examines wasted moments. Horace (bouncy Zane Martin) and May (bright-eyed Tori Ross) have just entered maturity. The two lonely mayflies have one day of life to molt, mate, and die. Horace and May are…

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Evelyn Arevalo

Evelyn Arevalo

Evelyn Arevalo is a Bay Area native, currently studying human development at CSU East Bay. She is passionate about film, literature, social issues and international travel. You can find her walking aimlessly through museums, getting lost in medina’s, or just sipping coffee. She currently holds down two jobs, and an internship with Root & Rebound.