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The declared subject matter is storytelling. The group may be dreaming up a movie or an ad: that is never made plain.
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Baker co-directs with designer Chloe Lamford, with some telling choreography by Sasha Milavic Davies — the cast swivelling together on their caster chairs in group-thinking mode. Arthur Darvill is whippety-good; Fisayo Akinade continues to power up his talent; Imogen Doel is exquisitely funny as a hair-flicking assistant with an enviable assortment of splashy onesies and an old-fashioned cutesy manner.
It is now barely a topic: it is the element in which we swim, so all-inclusive, so infinitely expandable, both so obviously about everything other than itself and so obviously self-referencing. I prefer my Baker less theoretical and more peculiar. Paintings, plague, persecution.
And pants. Lots of the latter — mostly off. Savonarola threatens, as does plague; populist censoriousness is on the rise. The parallels between now and then attempt to be rousing but are only approximate. This does not feel like salvaging lost homosexual history but, rather, makes it look like mere Bottycelli.
Blanche McIntyre directs with panache.
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Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Topics Theatre The Observer. Reuse this content. He urged residents to evacuate when ordered. The LAPD is escorting evacuees for five-minute visits to their homes to collect medicine, important documents and small pets. Gavin Newsom have issued emergency declarations because of the fire.
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One firefighter suffered a minor injury to his eye while battling the blaze, and a man in his late 50s died after suffering a heart attack while talking with firefighters early Friday, officials said. Authorities could not confirm reports that the man was trying to fight the fire from his home before he was stricken. More than 1, firefighters from multiple agencies continued attacking the blaze from the air and ground Friday afternoon. Thick smoke choked the San Fernando Valley as motorists struggled to navigate around freeway closures, snarling traffic in the region.
At least one air tanker blanketed fire retardant across the ridges between Granada Hills and Porter Ranch. Andre Boghoskhanian stood outside his home on Via Urbino in the Renaissance community in Porter Ranch on Friday watching as a helicopter dropped water on a nearby ridge. A few weeks ago, he said, crews cleared out brush along the hillside. After all, it was that fire break that stood between his home and the flames dancing up the hillside.
These winds though. Though conditions appeared to be improving, low humidity and northeasterly winds gusting up to 50 mph — expected to linger until the evening — still pose a challenge for firefighters. Officials say they expect it will take days to get the blaze completely under control.
The wind continues to push the fire into residential neighborhoods in Porter Ranch and farther west to less-populated areas approaching Rocky Peak Park near the Ventura County line, said Capt. Overnight, the fire moved so quickly that it jumped into neighborhoods before firefighters and police could warn residents.
In Porter Ranch, a man stood in the dark, staring as waves of embers crested against a two-story home abutting a hillside on Sheffield Way. Flames lapped at the back of the structure. Flames had already reached a second home on the cul-de-sac, which was blanketed with thick, gray smoke and punctured only by the high beams of fleeing cars speeding through the small streets that crisscross the hillsides.
The year-old retired nurse started to feel sick as she watched the broadcast from Calimesa, thinking of the families some 90 miles away whose homes were at risk. She walked into the kitchen and put her empty glass in the sink. Then, she looked up. Through her kitchen window, she saw a glowing red semicircle licking at the hills.
She rushed to wake her husband, Edward, 77, who uses a wheelchair, warning him they may need to evacuate. She packed up their medications and threw them into the back of their van, but noticed that the fire seemed a bit smaller. Around p. Edward slipped on shoes and got into his wheelchair.
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She thought of the times they came over after school to do homework or when they helped tend her tomato plants. Around a. Everything was ashy and the air was still choked with smoke, but the home seemed safe, he told her. Relief washed over Patricia. But she said she knows embers can change things quickly.
Cece Merkerson first noticed an orange glow from the living room of her third-story apartment in Porter Ranch about p. She had heard a fire was raging in nearby Granada Hills but figured it was a safe distance away. To calm her nerves, Merkerson started packing anyway: medication, a small safe with important papers, a change of clothes and a couple of bananas.
Around 2 a. The mandatory evacuation order was issued minutes later. Mitza Mendoza, 44, had already been asleep several hours when she heard what she assumed was an Amber Alert going off. But then, sometime around 1 a. Then another alert came through. The couple rounded up their four young children; their English bulldog, Mr. They packed a change of clothes for the kids and their passports and headed for the garage, which was quickly filling with smoke.
Their street was choked with honking cars, as people tried to alert any still-sleeping neighbors. The family headed to the Granada Hills Recreation Center and spent the night there.
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Thank you. Kim Thompson, who lives at the intersection of Sesnon Boulevard and Jolette Avenue in Granada Hills, said she took her dog out at 10 p. Thursday and immediately smelled smoke. She evacuated two hours later as the flames roared closer, taking only her dog with her. Later, she admitted, she doubled back to retrieve a bottle of wine. About Us. Brand Publishing.
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