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    3 Sisters

    In addition to a daunting three-hour running time in a teeny-tiny theatre, the pace of this particular production lapses with annoying frequency.

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    THE WOODEN BREEKS

    Wooden breeks is Scottish slang for wooden britches—in other words, a casket. It's an apt title for Glen Berger's mysterious dark comedy about premature burial. The irony, unfortunately, is that this play indeed feels premature in its staging, and that's what buries it. Berger's central ...

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    Bye, Bye Big Guy

    Musical comedy construction can't get more ramshackle thanBye, Bye Big Guy, which uses a memorial service for Rumpelstiltskin as a jumping-off point to spoof all things showbiz.

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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.

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    DANCING AT LUGHNASA

    After seeing actors from the Abbey Theatre perform Brian Friel's eloquently written and constructed play in London nine years ago, I went apprehensively to this Knightsbridge production. I did not want my deep affection for the play to be diminished. Instead, my feelings for the play are enhanced. This ...

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    A Connecticut Yankee in Concert

    Reviewed by David A. Rosenberg

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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.

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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 ...