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    The Moon in Vain

    Presented by The Mercy Project and Dixon Place at Dixon Place, 309 E. 26 St., NYC, Aug. 7-30.

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    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA• Bed, Boys and Beyond, presented by Leigh McLeod Fortier at the Hudson Avenue Theatre, 6537 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m. Through Oct. 20. $20. (323) 856-4200.

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    ABOUT FAITH

    Explaining man's relationship with God is a lofty intellectual pursuit. Explaining man's relationship with women is even more formidable. Here playwright Dan Frischman tries journeying where theologians and philosophers before him have dared, and he should be commended for the effort. But this work is a mere armature ...

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    OUT A' THE PINE and FOREVER THE STRANGER

    One-person shows have become all of the same cut: a great deal of autobiographical snapshots and social tirades. That's why it's so refreshing when something comes along that harks back to the imaginative, the fascinating, the magical world of real theatre. Writer/actor Mick Lynch accomplishes this with ...

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    FAUST PROJEKT

    Ron Sossi and his company have cunningly abridged Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's 16-hour-long Faust opus into a comparatively breezy three-hour edition of the great philosophical and theological drama that emphasizes the Faust-y over the fusty. The severe concision of the material, however, sometimes leaves us feeling a bit lost ...

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    DEAR JOHN

    Marcia Cebulska's play seems inspired by A. R. Gurney's popular Love Letters, with the key conceptual difference being that the correspondences between these two characters are recited from memory rather than an onstage script. Cebulska's thematic line is interesting: an exploration of the sometimes thin line between ...

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    Director Richard Corley has obtained strong performances from his cast, particularly Erika Rolfsrud as the heroine Alexandra. The doomed lovers Marie and Emil, played here by Grace Hsu and Evan Robertson, are less romantic than in the operetta, but more believable. Royden Mills and Matt Hoverman successfully capture the narrow ...

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    Stones in His Pockets

    Presented by Paul Elliott, Adam Kenwright, Pat Moylan, Ed and David Mirvish, and Azenberg/Pittelman at the Golden Theatre, 252 W. 45 St., NYC. Opened April 1 for an open run.

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    Leave It to Me in Concert

    Presented by Musicals Tonight! at Mainstage at the 14th Street Y, 344 E. 14 St., NYC, March 20-April 1.