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  • ludolamy
    1.Fri March 1 8:49pm Fanny&Alexander mingling,dancing,or dining Palo Alto 2.Tuesday March 5 3-8pm Francophile Business Special Interest Group 3.Jan
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      1.Fri March 1 8:49pm Fanny&Alexander mingling,dancing,or dining Palo Alto
      2.Tuesday March 5 3-8pm Francophile Business Special Interest Group
      3.Jan 18–March 10 Rhinoceros By Eugene Ionesco Dir. Barbara Damashek

      Fri March 1 8:49pm JOIN US on the patio for a evening of
      dining, dancing, or mingling under the music of
      ' Uncle Melvin 'at Fanny & Alexander 412 Emerson St. Palo Alto
      http://www.fannyalexander.com (650) 326-7183
      No cover charge with dinner or before 9pm, $8.00 after 9pm
      From 101 Take the University Avenue Exit. Turn RIGHT On to Emerson St.

      2.Tuesday March 5 3-8pm Francophile Business Special Interest Group
      The San Jose Business Fair http://www.do-biz-here.com/bizfair/
      A free one-stop resource event for business
      With over 50 exhibitors you'll find a wealth of information aimed
      directly at bolstering your business.
      Free Workshops covering: Financing and Business Assistance,
      Business Tax Planning, Sales and Marketing Strategies,
      Enterprise Zone Benefits , Human Resource Service
      San Jose McEnery Convention Center

      3.Jan 18–March 10 Rhinoceros By Eugene Ionesco Dir. Barbara Damashek
      Call the Box Office at 510.647.2949 between 12noon and 7PM daily.
      Please mention that you are with Ludo Lamy's group to receive a 20%
      discount on tickets (limit 2 per person, subject to availability).
      This discount applies to all performances EXCEPT Saturday 8PM.
      http://www.berkeleyrep.org/ for schedule, prices, and a description.
      This absurdist modern classic by theatrical pioneer Eugene Ionesco
      tells the story of a small provincial town whose citizens slowly but
      surely transform into large cumbersome rhinoceroses. Berenger, the
      play's bumbling hero, tries desperately to save his best friend Jean,
      his love interest Daisy, his co-workers and other townspeople from
      the all consuming bestial conversion. Wrestling with what it means to
      maintain one's individuality in the context of a modern social order,
      Ionesco's fantastical fable of autonomy in the face of conformity is
      as relevant today as it was when in premiered in 1960. Bay Area
      director Barbara Damashek brings her savvy directorial eye and
      fanciful panache to this quintessential man versus the machine tale.
      Berkeley Repertory theatre 2025 Addison Street Berkeley 94704
      is located at 2025 Addison Street, near the intersection of Addison
      and Shattuck Avenue in downtown Berkeley. There is a parking garage
      right across the street, and the Theatre is also easy to get to on
      public transportation.
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