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    HAMLET

    One can almost hear a small silent voice whispering, "What can I do to make my Hamlet different?" Every once in a while some directors feel a driving impulse to deconstruct the Bard. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't, usually depending on the directorial concept. In the case ...

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    GOLDA'S BALCONY

    Presented by and at Manhattan Ensemble Theater, 55 Mercer St., NYC., March 26-May 11.

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    The Gift

    Presented by and at the T. Schreiber Studio, 151 W. 26 St., NYC, March 22-April 13.

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    The Play What I Wrote

    Presented by David Pugh, Joan Cullman, Mike Nichols, Hamilton South, Charles Whitehead, Stuart Thompson, casting by Juliet Taylor, Ellen Lewis, Patricia Kerrigan, at the Lyceum Theatre, 149 W. 45 St., NYC. Opened March 30 for an open run.

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    Balls Out

    Zoo District director Joe Seely knows how to sell a show. "All you have to do is imagine Christine Deaver on a giant rocking horse," he said. "It's worth looking at." Truer words were never spoken.

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    Working-Class Medea

    The title of writer/director Del Shores' latest play has a satiric ring, yet Shores is quick to point out that in many ways it's his darkest work to date.

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    The Mystery of Attraction

    Presented by The Worth Street Theater Company, casting consultant Vince Liebhart/Tom Alberg, at Tribeca Playhouse, 111 Reade St., NYC, Jan. 3-Feb. 16.

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    Love/Sad

    Presented by Studio 42 at La Tea @ Clemente Solo Velez, 107 Suffolk St., NYC, Jan. 8-25.

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    Far and Wide

    Presented by and at the Mint Theater Company, 311 W. 43 St., NYC, Feb. 17-March 9.

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    It Just Catches

    Presented by the Cherry Lane Theatre in association with MODA Entertainment, casting by Johnson & Liff Casting, at the Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce St., NYC, Feb. 9-March 23.