Off-Off-Broadway Review

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    Behind the Bullseye

    A zany ritual occurs on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, where dazed Target shoppers and employees grovel at the altar of commerce and behold with awe the sacraments of shopping.

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    My AIDS

    This personable young man from Buffalo can hold a stage, forging an easy rapport with his audience. But bravery and charm aren't enough to turn a familiar and rather naive story into riveting theater.

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    Passing Ceremonies

    Playwright Steve Willis has gotten some of the harder things right in his promising new play "Passing Ceremonies," including sharp characterization and coherent supernatural rules.

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    Union Squared

    This deeply unfunny play is a muddled mess from beginning to end, thanks to a trite script and sloppy direction.

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    Just Cause

    Zack Russell's commentary on the fate of Generation Y amidst omnipresent technology adequately makes its point, but his argument seems somewhat redundant and at times unfathomable.

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    Golem

    More like a ballet than a play or a traditional puppet theater presentation, this uneven choreography-driven show features a hodgepodge cast of people and puppets.

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    NY Review: 'Bad Kid'

    "Bad Kid," David Crabb's one-man show at Axis Theater about his goth-gay Texas adolescence, is vivid and amusing storytelling.

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    Being Harold Pinter

    One has to admire the Belarus Free Theatre for its dedication and courage, but its offstage story of getting to the United States is more gripping than its Harold Pinter program.

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    Loose Screws

    Andrea Wolff shows some stage presence and vocal prowess in this bawdy one-woman show, but whether it works for you may depend on your tolerance for penis jokes.

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    Here at Home

    This experimental piece is a full-blown digital barrage, using projections and sound to bring the horrors of war to the home front.