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    THE SUNSHINE STATE

    In his solo show, playwright/actor Steve Sobel presents a persona that's ingratiatingly cheerful and wholly likable. Yet melancholy lurks around the fringes of the bittersweet life story he unspools here. Ostensibly a typical coming-of-age monologue of the sort that has frequently graced the stages of L.A.'s ...

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    NIGHT SCHOOL

    Master of the pregnant pause and uncomfortable interlude, Harold Pinter, after lo these many years, gets a decent theatrical treatment of this 1960 teleplay, directed by Cinda Jackson. Set in the London '60s, it concerns Walter (Dan Cowan), freshly returned from jail to his previous room in a flat with ...

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    LINE

    Israel Horovitz's Line may not defy description but it sure does try hard. Billed as a black comedy, the play is in fact a turf war between five abhorrent characters as they battle to be first on line. The fact that none of them seems to know for sure ...

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    THE SUNSHINE STATE

    In his solo show, playwright/actor Steve Sobel presents a persona that's ingratiatingly cheerful and wholly likable. Yet melancholy lurks around the fringes of the bittersweet life story he unspools here. Ostensibly a typical coming-of-age monologue of the sort that has frequently graced the stages of L.A.'s ...

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    SLOTNICK, KATZ, AND LEHR

    Hundreds of theatregoers who prefer their Monday-night comedy live are bailing on TV's Raymond and Ally and catching Slotnick, Katz, and Lehr's improvisational comedy at the 2nd Stage Theatre.

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    Gloria

    Reviewed by Karl Levett

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    Menstruation, Manipulation, Mutilation; Herstory

    Reviewed by Irene Backalenick