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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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    Last Summer at Bluefish Cove

    Fashion of the '70s is in again, and it's part of the enjoyment of Jane Chambers' seminal play about lesbians vacationing together.

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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.

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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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    '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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    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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    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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    Absurd Person Singular

    In "Farce," his 1982 history of the art form, Albert Bermel extols the work of Alan Ayckbourn, including his 1972 "Absurd Person Singular," now in an occasionally rollicking yet unsatisfying revival at the Biltmore.

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    NYC Review, Broadway

    NYC Review, Broadway