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    Teahouse

    Running just under three hours and performed entirely in Mandarin,Teahousemay sound overly daunting for English-speaking audiences.

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    Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind

    The New York Neo-Futurists come just in time for the holidays:Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blindis a gift for all who love the theatre.

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    Broken Journey

    Broken Journeyexplores the theme: What is truth and can we ever really know it?

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    Seascape

    How ironic that Edward Albee, now in a visually and intellectually arresting revival from Lincoln Center Theater, employs adeus ex machinastraight out of evolutionism.

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    Mr. Marmalade

    Mr. Marmalade is a figment of a child's imagination, but the play of this title unhappily does exist.

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    Broken Journey

    An old proverb says there are three sides to any story: your side, my side, and the truth.

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    MaTRIX, Inc.

    Have issues with your mother? Work it out with a substitute. Role-playing isn't just for the bedroom anymore.

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    Waiting For Godot

    Samuel Beckett's play gets an appreciative rendering in this production, but reveals no new dimensions.

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    'Sister' and 'Miss Lexie'

    A one-woman piece that perfectly evokes Southern charm, followed by a treat of a story about two indomitable Southern women.

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    Hamlet

    Though individually intriguing, the moments in "Hamlet" feel arbitrarily motivated and never make a unified whole.