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In modern history, the scheduling of concerts in the wake of a massive natural disaster has become virtually automatic. Kopp believes there is a natural synergy between musicians and those in need. “If you’re in the arts, whether you’re an actor or a writer or a musician, there’s always a certain level of ‘suffering’ involved. I think that tends to make us sympathetic to people who are hurting. I have a number of friends who are still without power. So we all got together and thought ‘those people in the East are going through something horrible; why not do another Katrina-like benefit,” Kopp says.

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Lanford Wilson’s gentle romantic comedy gets a graceful revival at Berkeley’s Aurora Theatre Company. Tenderly directed by Joy Carlin, this two-character valentine launches the company’s Talley Trilogy, which continues with “Fifth of July” in a main-stage production and staged readings of “Talley and Son.”. The heartfelt trilogy begins on a touching note with a 97-minute tale of two people making one last stab at romance before youth has fled entirely. It’s a small and intimate play about the science of courtship that’s perfectly framed by the confines of the 49-seat venue known as Harry’s UpStage.