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    SIN-AGOG

    Presented by Baudebille as part of the New York International Fringe Festival at P.S. 122, 150 First Ave., NYC, Aug. 9-25.

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    SLAVERY

    Jonathan Payne's initial inclination to take the oral tradition and songs of black American slaves in the South and use them in a theatrical setting bodes well for entertainment and educational value. The work is credited as being based on 1930s interviews of former slaves by the Federal Writer ...

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    PLAY YOURSELF

    Presented by the New York Theatre Workshop at The Century Center for the Performing Arts, 111 E. 15 St., NYC, July 10-Aug. 15.

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    THIN WALLS

    Presented by 78th Street Theatre Lab, Practical Cats Productions, and Bulldog Theatre Company at the 78th Street Theatre Lab, 236 W. 78 St., NYC, May 23-June 15.

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    AMERICAN MACCABEE

    Presented by Reverie Productions at Urban Stages, 259 W. 30 St., NYC, June 7-29.

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    Sirens Festival 3

    Presented by Muse of Fire Theatre Company, Inc. at HERE Theatre Club, 145 Sixth Ave, NYC, June 7-16.

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    Nighttown

    Presented by The Flea Theater and Creation Production Company at The Flea Theater, 4l White St., NYC, May 11-June 1.

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    J.B.

    "If God is Will/And Will is well/ Then what is ill?/God still?/Dew tell." This is the central meditation of Archibald MacLeish's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, a verse retelling of the Job story. Job? In verse? Sounds grim, I know. But MacLeish's play is stuffed with humor ...

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    MONSTER

    The American salad bowl needs a lot more tossing before it becomes the melting pot wished for by modern-day Utopians. While diversity is part of the country's greatness, the traumatic effects of the radical displacement of millions of tempest-tossed may be unquantifiable. Derek Nguyen has written an absorbing play ...

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