Off-Off-Broadway Review

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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.

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    Twelfth Night

    Depending on taste, "original practices" Shakespeare, which aims to replicate the bare-bones, high-energy atmosphere under which the Bard's plays were first presented, can be a dazzling experience.

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    Telethon

    Why oh why oh why oh did anyone ever make "Telethon," the new play at the Ohio? Seldom has such fancy been put to use with such little imagination.

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    Bird Machine

    The stagecraft is the star of  "Bird Machine," co-created by Renee Philippi and Carlo Adinolfi.

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    Paved Paradise Redux: The Art of Joni Mitchell

    If John Kelly had concentrated on the subtext of the music rather than re-creating an image, this would have been a real evening in paradise.

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    This Isn't Paradise

    Richard Hymes-Esposito's "This Isn't Paradise" seems more impressive as an act of revenge than as a play.

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    Sax & Dixon: We Thee Wed

    Before this couple can tie the knot, the honeymoon's already over.

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    Those Whistling Lads! The Poetry and Short Stories of Dorothy Parker

    Dorothy Parker and her wonderful way with words continue to fascinate, and Maureen Van Trease is clearly in her thrall.

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    Arsenic and Old Lace

    An energetic, responsive cast gets a lot of entertaining mileage out of this 68-year-old classic warhorse of macabre farce.

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    Hamletmachine

    In Castillo Theatre's new production of "Hamletmachine," the complete text of Heiner Müller's 1977 play is transcribed along the two walls that bound the stage.