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    Doubt

    At a time when "faith" is all the rage comes a play called "Doubt," which suggests that faith can be a matter of seeking God's will rather than always being sure of having already found it.

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    Third

    Snappy, amusing dialogue and passionate beliefs inform Wendy Wasserstein's play "Third."

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    ...Four One-Legged Men!

    Gary Corbin's "...Four One-Legged Men!" is unusual in both its content and its writer-performer.

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    The High Life (In Concert)

    I swear it's not just because Barbara McCulloh sat on my lap during her song "Come A-Wandering With Me" that I was infatuated with her performance as three different femme fatales in The High Life at the 45th Street Theatre.

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    Desert Sunrise

    Combine in equal proportions noble ideals, earnest intentions, fantasy, realism, multicultural performers, and one of the hottest trouble spots in today's world. Volatile ingredients, to be sure.

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    War in Paramus

    In a program note for her play "War in Paramus," Barbara Dana reveals she came across the manuscript in a pile of boxes left over from a move to a new house.

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    Rebel Without a Cause

    Hoods, nerds, and Eisenhower-era tailfin cars perfect for a climactic drag race are the images we should see.

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    'Tis Pity She's a Whore

    In John Ford's " 'Tis Pity She's a Whore," youthful impetuousness clashes fatally with society's moral precepts, which themselves have been warped by the corruption and arrogance of an older generation.

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    Bush Is Bad

    The only problem with the wildly funny, merrily performed concoction at the Triad is that its run ends Dec. 29.

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    The Ladies of the Corridor

    Dorothy Parker and Arnaud d'Usseau's 1953 tragicomedy turns out to be more interesting historically than dramatically.