ARTS: A sensual interpretation of Little Red Riding Hood and the “mycelial nature” of relationship were themes in Julia Adam’s outdoor production in Nicasio this month. Read about it on page 10.   David Briggs

Behind the dead center of the stage stood a tall and leafy bay laurel tree, a multitude of trunks shooting up out of the base. Its presence as a backdrop to a performance the past two weekends in Nicasio brought the unusual woodsy setting of the modern but balletic dance to the fore, as white-clothed dancers speckled in . . .

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