Off-Off-Broadway Review

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    Christmas Is Miles Away

    Though director Geordie Broadwater isn't able to completely mask Moss' meandering story, the three actors give extraordinarily rich and nuanced performances.

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    The Assistant

    The cast works hard to add character dimension in this too-straightforward telling of Bernard Malamud's story.

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    Galileo

    Director Julie Fei-Fan Balzer presents a brisk staging that seems fearful of the language, as if aimed at the attention-deficient.

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    Pretty Theft

    Allegra (Marnie Schulenburg) has a lot on her plate in the highly theatrical 'Pretty Theft'.

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    Cracked Ice or Jewels of the Forbidden Skates

    Where scientists and holy men have failed, send in the clowns.

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    All Aboard the Marriage Hearse

    Apart from their respective arguments being long-held and unyielding (and therefore tedious to outside observers), both characters demonstrate a credibility problem early in the play.

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    The Oath

    If there's such a thing as Southern Gothic Revival in the American theatre, this world premiere of a play by Jacqueline Goldfinger might qualify.

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    Problem Radical(s)

    I will attempt to describe the evening as simply as possible, which will still make it seem more interesting than it is.

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    ¡Americanize!

    '¡Americanize!', the four one-acts presented by Living Image Arts Theater Company, might make a lot more sense if the opener, Robert Askins'  'Anger and the Doughnut', was lopped off.

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    Noir

    'Noir'  is a studiously rendered exercise in translating the visual aesthetic of film noir into a live theatre experience.