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    The Bereaved

    Thomas Bradshaw has had the shocking insight that selfish people behave badly, and he spends a long 70 minutes sharing it with us in "The Bereaved."

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    The Pride of Parnell Street

    This portrait of the marriage of a marginalized man and woman in 1990s inner-city Dublin gleams with authentic sound but is ultimately unconvincing at its sentimental heart.

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    The Bacchae

    There are some fine performances in Joanne Akalaitis' production and a new score from Philip Glass, but the play never feels relevant to today.

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    A Streetcar Named Desire

    "A Streetcar Named Desire" is Tennessee Williams' greatest and most performed play. It's also the hardest to get right.

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    Freud's Last Session

    A few weeks before his death in 1939, Sigmund Freud received a visit from an Oxford professor at his home in London. The identity of the caller is lost to history, but playwright Mark St. Germain imagines that it was C.S. Lewis, prior to his fame as a religious ...

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    Quartermaine's Terms

    Williamstown Theatre Festival presents a vibrant production about a nonentity disconnected from life.

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    …Another Man's Poison

    A potentially fascinating examination of race, class, sexuality, and gender is given the soap-opera treatment.

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    The Columbine Project

    This labored attempt at a docudrama about the deadly high school shootings is earnest but inert.

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    After Luke & When I Was God

    A pair of Irish plays examines father-son relationships with a minimum of blarney

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    Click, Clack, Moo

    Moooove over "Billy Elliot." There's a new strike-centered musical in town. Both sympathize with the workers and treat audiences like children, but at least "Click, Clack, Moo" has an excuse: It's children's theater.