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    Man of La Mancha

    Presented by David Stone, Jon B. Platt, Susan Quint Gallin, Sandy Gallin, Seth M. Siegel, USA Ostar Theatricals in association with Mary Lu Roffe, casting by Bernard Telsey Casting, at the Martin Beck Theatre, 302 W. 45 St., NYC. Opened Dec. 5 for an open run.

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    WILL AND THE GHOST

    Presented by Tobacco Bar Theatre Co. Inc. & Three Wise Monkeys at The Third Annual Midtown International Theatre Festival at Raw Space, 529 W. 42 St., NYC, July 11-Aug. 4.

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    Joffrey Ensemble Dancers

    Self-presented at John Jay College Theater, 899 Tenth Ave., NYC, May 1 and 2.

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    GOLDEN BOY

    Clifford Odets wrote plays for actors. Odets was an actor—sort of—with the Group Theatre in the 1930s. He knew what actors needed and handed it to them on a platter. But sometimes they gobbled it up without thinking, sometimes they spilled the tray all over the audience. Not ...

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    Reckless

    Presented by Manhattan Theatre Club and Second Stage Theatre, casting by Nancy Piccione/David Caparelliotis and Tara Rubin, at the Biltmore Theatre, 261 W. 47 St., NYC, Oct. 14-Dec. 5.

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    Moscow

    Presented as part of the LITE Company's Fourth Annual Chekhov NOW Festival at The Connelly Theater, 220 E. Fourth St., NYC, Nov. 4-22.

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    STRANGE BELIEFS

    The latest work of theatre makers Tina Kronis and Richard Alger pulls together a text collage inspired by the life and works of August Strindberg for its "non-linear, non-narrative physical comedy of the absurd." Because movement is the primary language of the piece, an encyclopedic knowledge of the Swedish playwright ...

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    40 Days

    at the Lillian Theatre

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    Sarah, Sarah

    Daniel Goldfarb has a fine first draft in his new play "Sarah, Sarah" at Manhattan Theatre Club's Stage II. The theme is strong, but the characters and plotline are underdeveloped. Many secrets are brought out in this multigenerational comedy-drama of class and family conflict, but many more are kept ...