A feud between Apple Inc. and a lawyer appointed by a federal court judge to monitor the company's e-book pricing reform became even more acrimonious Monday.
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MAY 31, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - CHRISTOPHER SPABELLES INC.
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- Puzzling the ‘Curious Incident’ of family
By Lily Janiak - Thursday Jun 29, 2017
Fifteen-year-old Christopher (Adam Langdon) suffers the sort of problem that makes him need directions to buildings right in front of him, even though he can map out the universe, with all its black holes and red dwarfs, better than most adults can, That’s especially true for his blue-collar father, Ed (Gene Gillette), a single parent.Christoper might be a math prodigy, able to take his A levels years ahead of schedule, but he can’t understand metaphors or body language or entirely refrain from soiling himself.Christopher is a great observer, which helps him solve before intermission the title mystery of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” whereby his neighbor’s dog was found stabbed with a pitchfork.For those of us more accustomed to that sensory overload that is a terminus, the Tony-winning production that opened Wednesday, June 28, at SHN’s Golden Gate Theatre immerses us into Christopher’s heightened perception.Eardrum-shattering as all that is, the real terrors of “Incident,” which Simon Stephens adapted from Mark Haddon’s popular novel, aren’t sudden blasts of sound or flashes of strobe.Especially toward the end, Elliott’s tone can wax feel-good, ignoring the story’s interesting loose ends instead of letting us feel the lack of resolution.An ensemble of actors makes props appear exactly when Christopher needs them; they send him aloft both in moments of intellectual reverie and bottomless terror.The show is not as generous as the book is, through profound understatement, to the woes of Christopher’s many caregivers, an imbalance that lowers the play’s stakes.Strangers might be scary, out there in the dark, but family members know the very perches from which we gaze at the stars.