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    Quartermaine's Terms

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

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    A Disaster Begins

    This solo play about a fictional author who wrote a book about the Galveston hurricane becomes a journey into one woman's regrettable nonexistence.

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    Peasant Opera

    Alongside the more grandiose offerings at Lincoln Center Festival 09, Béla Pintér and Company's "Peasant Opera" requires an intimate staging.

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    Benefactors

    Carl Forsman's production of Michael Frayn's 1984 drama isn't perfect, but it's intriguing enough to hold your interest and keep you thinking.

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    Rooms: A Rock Romance

    Monica (Leslie Kritzer), outgoing, ambitious, and Jewish, and Ian (Doug Kreeger), introverted, moody, and Catholic, become unlikely collaborators and lovers in Paul Scott Goodman and Miriam Gordon's genial Rooms: A Rock Romance.

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    #9

    Think of the first half of "#9" as the best kind of first date you can possibly imagine: The chemistry is strong and dynamic. Think of the second half of #9 as, well, if not the worst second date you can possibly imagine, certainly one of the worst.

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    The Last Cargo Cult

    Monologuist Mike Daisey's newest piece about the moneyless island culture of Tanna and our own financial crisis is moving, provoking, and well worth the investment of your time.

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    The Success of Failure (Or, The Failure Of Success)

    For an antidote to workweek weariness, see Cynthia Hopkins' astonishing and sweet space-opera-cum-self-discovery journey 'The Success of Failure (Or, The Failure of Success)'.

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    Between Worlds

    This dance-theater offering is an inauthentic employment of flamenco dance, set against hip-hop sensibilities, in the service of a pummeling, percussion-driven music and movement spectacle.

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    Pieces

    The tension peters out fast in this story of two spooky little orphans and their hapless overseer, but the performances bring the two kids vividly to life.