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    Ross

    Terence Rattigan is rightly remembered for his classic dramas in seemingly circumscribed settings that resound with insight into the greater human condition.

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    Love, Death and Interior Decorating

    The program billsLove, Death and Interior Decoratingas "an evening of two distantly related one-acts," but playwright Keith Boynton really wants to write full-length plays, maybe even epic ones.

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    Asylum: The Strange Case of Mary Lincoln

    At the start of Act 2 ofAsylum, a group of reporters sings about wanting the "story inside the story." The same will hold true for audiences attending this earnest show.

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    Pentecostal Wisconsin

    Ryan Paulson's one-man show has loads of stuff going for it, but the problem is the utter contempt he displays for everyone in his tale.

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    After the End

    Though billed as "harrowing and hilarious," this modern-day variation on John Fowles'The Collectorelicits more gasps than chuckles.

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    The Music Teacher

    Good grief!The Music Teacher, at the Minetta Lane Theatre, is stunning — in the sense of stupefying, not dazzling.

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    Anton

    Playwright, producer, director, star — and after-the-fact psychoanalyst.

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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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    The Light in the Piazza

    Amid the historic beauties of Florence, a young American woman named Clara and a young Italian man named Fabrizio fall ardently in love and wish to marry.