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    Delilah

    Presented by the fifth annual Midtown International Theatre Festival at the WorkShop Theater, Main Stage, 312 W. 36 St., NYC, July 15-31.

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    LUCIA MAD

    "What do you do when you're a unique and very creative person in your own right but your father just happens to be one of the great writers not just of the century but probably ever?" So reads this play's program cover, promising a "pee-in-your-pants... farce" about the ...

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    OPENING THIS WEEK Voices of the Past

    Mine Eyes Hath Seen The producers behind the acclaimed Theatre Banshee—married couple Sean Branney and Leslie Baldwin—have been roundly praised over the last decade for their Celtic-centered shows such as The Weir and The Man From Clare. Their latest production is a total change of pace for the ...

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    Che

    With dark, sunken eyes and a perpetually open mouth, Benicio Del Toro has the look of a tired soul that has been scourged by life. There is a reason he so often plays a drug addict, and it's no wonder he was so great a choice as the sidekick ...

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    Sex and Other Collisions

    Presented by Assembly at the Currican Theater, 154 W. 29 St., NYC, June 7-23.

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    Xmas in the Underworld

    Stephen Legawiec has a lot on his mind these days, and none of it has to do with politics, the economy, or Saddam Hussein. Mainly he's worrying about how deep the ocean is, and how high the sky is, and how far the underworld is, because he has a ...

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    THE LAST NIGHT OF BALLYHOO

    There are, perhaps, no two subjects more recognized for their ability to cause an argument than politics and religion. And because Alfred Uhry deals with both themes in his 1997 Tony-winner for Best Play, we learn a lot about the personalities and perceptions of this show's characters through their ...

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    SIX DANCE LESSONS IN SIX WEEKS

    Like a pair of dance pros doing a simple box step, Uta Hagen and David Hyde Pierce prove that a play can be both repetitive and beautiful to watch. Richard Alfieri's predictable, sometimes witty new play is an uplifting odd-couple story with a lot of great lines but no ...

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    CRITIC'S PICKS

    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - Acme Downey Jr., presented by the Acme Players at the Acme Comedy Theatre, 135 N. La Brea Ave., Hollywood. Sat. 8 p.m. Indefinitely. $15. (323) 525-0202.