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    The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs

    Mike Daisey's accidental eulogy for the late Apple CEO fuses personal narrative and journalistic storytelling to create a captivating and relevant evening of theater.

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    Room Service

    The Peccadillo Theater Company has built its sterling reputation on rescuing forgotten classics of the American theatre.

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    The Sublet Experiment

    The Sublet Experimenttakes place in a different New York City apartment each week.

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    The Man Himself

    A quiet, unassuming man sits in a folding chair center stage inThe Man Himself.

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    Some Men

    Perhaps because most of the characters come across as symbols of history rather than flesh-and-blood men with individual passions and motives, Terrence McNally'sSome Menis strangely unmoving.

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    Bye, Bye Big Guy

    Musical comedy construction can't get more ramshackle thanBye, Bye Big Guy, which uses a memorial service for Rumpelstiltskin as a jumping-off point to spoof all things showbiz.

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    Rosebud: The Lives of Orson Welles

    Just as the playwright never provides a firm context for this 90-minute reminiscence, he omits details and allows his subject to shift from subject to subject at will.

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    The Temperamentals

    Gay artists are reclaiming their history. Like "Milk," Jon Marans has done something similar for Harry Hay in his bright and affecting new play, "The Temperamentals."

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    Pound

    Ezra Pound, the influential American poet accused of treason during World War II but never tried, finally gets his chance for a jury verdict in "Pound," written and directed by William Roetzheim.

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    Darling

    The most memorable moments in "Darling," the new dance-theatre piece by choreographer Sam Kim, are the many entrances and exits of its four dancers.