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    Hamlet

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

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    Dear Maudie

    Playwright Michele Willens knows that the best-friend relationship between preteen girls really is "the one."

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    Junie B. Jones

    A diary is the centerpiece of this merry new musical featuring the rambunctious, starry-eyed title character.

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    Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver

    WithAlmost Heaven: Songs of John Denver, Off-Broadway gets a little bit of Branson, Mo.

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    The Salvage Shop

    "Tonight I sat in the hall and listened to the band, and I fell in love with imperfection."

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    Bartleby The Scrivener

    There have been at least five film versions of Herman Melville's novella Bartleby the Scrivener.

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    Sodom: The Musical

    Early in Sodom: The Musical, Abraham reports to God that there are "2,000 acts of depravity an hour" in that wicked city, and as the show clanks on, it could be feared there might be a song about each and every one of them.

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    The Invisible Man

    Doug Varone has achieved something truly original with his choreography and staging of The Invisible Man.

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    Criminals In Love

    Sightlines Theater Company has undertaken a major project: staging East End Plays in repertory for the first time.

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    The Winter's Tale

    The all-male production of Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale begins with a song that sets a warm, collegial tone.