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    An Oak Tree

    Clinical and manipulative, Tim Crouch'sAn Oak Treedelves into the nature of the suspension of disbelief.

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    The Pain and the Itch

    An avocado with a few bite marks. The sound of scurrying footsteps overhead. A missing loaf of gourmet bread.

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    The Prancing Horse

    A thin, meandering script and a discombobulated production add up to a problematic evening from Sage Theatre Company.

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    The End of Cinematics

    There's much to be admired and much that dismays in Mikel Rouse'sThe End of Cinematics.

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    Tails

    The show is about five dogs in the pound and stars five talented performers in cute, dog-suggestive costumes.

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    Ring of Fire

    This reviewer is not a big fan of country music. It's just not my cup of tea, or Jack Daniels, or whatever.

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    Shortly After Takeoff

    In this rites-of-passage drama by Stuart Warmflash, who also directs, the setting is a 1967 Long Island household.

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    Objeté

    Objetéis two parts Marcel Duchamp and two parts Jim Henson, with a healthy seasoning of René Magritte.

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    Hamlet

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