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    The Chocolate Soldier in Concert

    Presented by Musicals Tonight!, casting by Stephen DeAngelis, at the 45th Street Theatre, 354 W. 45 St., NYC, March 29–April 10.

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    AFRAID TO LOOK DOWN

    Life-as-theatre provides a very large stage, and, because of its universality, an empathetic audience. Cullen Douglas takes control of one excruciating year of his life by sharing it in a painfully honest one-person show. He takes us from his wife's first labor pains through the first year of the ...

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    THE MUSICAL

    at the Geffen Playhouse

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    Helen

    Presented by and at The Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival, Martinson Hall, 425 Lafayette St., NYC, April 8-21.

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    Tape

    Presented by Naked Angels at the Jose Quintero Theatre, 534 W. 42 St., NYC, Jan. 17-Feb. 2.

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    THE ROAR OF THE CROWD

    In his heyday, Roscoe Arbuckle was the highest-paid performer of the silent movie era; his salary exceeded that of Charlie Chaplin. But he was referred to as "Fatty," and a false accusation of rape against this gentle, comedic behemoth destroyed his career and, to a sad degree, his acting legacy ...

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    Territory

    Presented by and at the Bottle Factory Theater Company, 195 E. Third St., NYC, May 21-July 13.

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    NOISES OFF

    at the Maverick Theater

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    CLAIRE Z.

    at Sacred Fools Theater