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    SHOWING SIX

    at ZJU Theatre Group

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    BUKOWSICAL!

    at Sacred Fools Theater

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    DOGEATERS

    Putting history onstage is a huge undertaking, especially if it's history that hasn't yet been documented for generations of schoolchildren. Jessica Hagedorn painted a pastiche of colorful and violent history in her novel, then adapted it as a play, or, more concisely, a pageant. There's a plethora ...

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    CAUGHT IN RED TAPE

    Creator, producer, writer, director, actor, and voice-over artist Edie Magoun leads her troupe, Tomboys in Fishnets, to the boards. Perhaps it's because Magoun is wearing so very many hats that the production is less than stellar. Although a familiar and friendly audience was squealing with laughter, guffaws, and chortles ...

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    ROSE AND WALSH

    After five decades in the business, it's a major accomplishment that Neil Simon is still finding new stories to tell. So perhaps he can be forgiven if his tale and his characters feel more than a little familiar. The themes also are well-known Simon territory as he turns his ...

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    The Sublet Experiment

    The Sublet Experimenttakes place in a different New York City apartment each week.

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    Texmas

    I knew that wrapped in this package were some of the better comic actors in town, so it was a treasure I approached with keen anticipation.

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    The Man Himself

    A quiet, unassuming man sits in a folding chair center stage inThe Man Himself.

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    CLOSETS

    Theatre's roots trace back to Celtic and Aboriginal cultures, whose members used this art form to build a sense of shared identity inside their communities. So, too, has this repertory company. After 30 years, its aging but loyal membership and core group of actors seem to have forged a ...

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    Some Men

    Perhaps because most of the characters come across as symbols of history rather than flesh-and-blood men with individual passions and motives, Terrence McNally'sSome Menis strangely unmoving.