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    Balm In Gilead

    Balm in Gilead, with an enormous cast and experimental techniques, makes one nostalgic for Off-Broadway's glory days.

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    Reconstruction

    Clifford Lee Johnson's slight, two-person, 45-minute piece contains the promise of a worthwhile full-length play.

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    A Mother, A Daughter, And A Gun

    Believing that her husband, David, has left her, neurotic Jessica has bought a gun in order to get her revenge.

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    Cambodia Agonistes

    Pan Asian Repertory Theatre's 13th anniversary revival of its epic musical Cambodia Agonistes is heavy stuff.

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    Normal

    The title of this 90-minute musical about a nutty nuclear family dealing with a daughter's anorexia is beyond ironic.

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    Murder

    "Murder," a chilling whirlwind drama in three scenes, takes audiences to a country ravaged by war.

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    The Asphalt Kiss

    At its most basic, Nelson Rodrigues' "The Asphalt Kiss" examines the expression "no good deed goes unpunished."

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    What Women Talk About

    This light, swift, thoroughly entertaining improv is notable for its unusual format.

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    Manic Flight Reaction

    Can a play be emotionally powerful, darkly cynical, and ridiculously absurd? Sarah Schulman thinks so.

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    The Odd Couple

    The super-hyped revival of Neil Simon's classic comedy The Odd Couple is already sold out for its entire run, so any review is going to be somewhat superfluous, at least as far as the box office goes.