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    SUBURBAN MOTEL

    These two short plays by George F. Walker explore the darker side of human nature and how even our best intentions can mutate into our worst realities. A rewarding evening of theatre, these thought-provoking productions are intelligent and skillfully realized. The first one-act, Adult Entertainment, begins with a couple having ...

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    Life Is a Dream

    Presented by Edge Theater Company at the Walkerspace, 46 Walker St., NYC, Jan. 31-Feb. 16.

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    Antonio Canales not only looked like a businessman in his handsome suit, but his scowling expressions and furrowed brow led one to believe he had just come from a bad confrontation with his accountant. He brought his Ballet Flamenco to City Center as part of the Flamenco Festival USA 2002 ...

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    WORLDLY ACTS

    These five original one-acts provide an evening of pleasant entertainment. Together the pieces give a sense of American, albeit Anglo-American, life. Even when the characters travel to foreign lands—real or imagined—they take with them strong American sensibilities and perspectives. The themes and the variations of couplehood are brought ...

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    DID MR. GRINCHLY STEAL CHRISTMAS, OR WHAT?

    Grinchly wants to steal Christmas. He tries. He would if he could but he can't because Susan won't let him. In a nutshell that's the gist and the message of this loose-jointed, freewheeling, light-hearted riff on the Yuletide experience. Mean as it tries to be, it's ...

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    Sexaholix...a love story

    Presented by Tate Entertainment Group, Inc. at the Royale Theatre, 242 W. 45 St., NYC, Dec. 2-Feb. 10.

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    ANTI-HERO

    Stella Adler dedicated her life to understanding the mysteries of the theatre. Her belief in the seriousness of her art transformed contemporary theatre forever, and her teachings continue to make her a fixture on the syllabi of acting conservatories everywhere. Though Michael Mulloy's Anti-Hero is not directly affiliated with ...

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    Light Years

    Presented by Playwrights Horizons at Theatre Three, 311 W. 43 St., NYC, Oct. 21-Nov.4.

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    Where's My Money?

    Presented by Labyrinth Theater Company at Center Stage/NY, 48 W. 21 St., NYC, July 9-21.

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    WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS

    Although there are some fine moments in this production of James M. Barrie's rarely produced 1908 four-act comedy, they are few and far between. Stephen Tobolowsky tells the audience he has wanted to direct this play for 20 years. He has great affection for the work and has assembled ...