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    Jeffrey Dahmer Live

    Avner Kam brings a quirky interpretation to his portrayal of Jeffrey Dahmer, but it's still the serial killings and related gruesome details that make up the substance of this show.

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    Over and Over

    The story of Jimmie (Tanner Cohen) and Mitchell (Andy Ridings), two clandestine lovers who meet to argue about their tortured eight-year relationship and Mitchell's girlfriend, the play manages to avoid the usual pitfalls of gay theater.

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    NY Review: 'In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel'

    Tennessee Williams' 1969 one-act drama "In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel" is in good hands in actor-directors Charles Schick and Regina Bartkoff's production.

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    God, Sex & Blue Water

    For much of its first act, Linda Faigao-Hall's "God, Sex & Blue Water" has the makings of a warm, revealing exploration of a little-chronicled immigrant subculture, the devotedly Catholic Filipinos of Hoboken.

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    NY Review: 'The Last Days of Judas Iscariot'

    T. Schreiber Studio's production of Stephen Adly Guirgis' play focusing on a retrial of Judas is provocative, playful, and layered but also belabored.

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    Just in Time: The Judy Holliday Story

    Writer-director Bob Sloan's biographical play about Judy Holliday is hagiographic entertainment that skates lightly across the surface of its subject's life.

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    'JonBenet Ramsey: Murder Mystery Theater!!!' Is Wacky and Outrageous

    “JonBenet Ramsey: Murder Mystery Theater!!!,” a Frigid Festival musical parody of the murder case of the toddler beauty queen, balances between wicked satire and sick humor.

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    NY Review: 'Takarazuka!!!'

    Wonderful performances enhance this eerie stew of a story cooked up around fascinating real-life Japanese theater and school of male impersonators Takarazuka.

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    NY Review: 'Cowboy Mouth'

    "Cowboy Mouth," Sam Shepard and Patti Smith's 1971 rock-'n'-roll breakup drama, gets a smartly directed and meticulously designed site-specific production.

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    Cyrano de Bergerac

    In a theater so new that you could smell the drying paint, the Queens Players inaugurated its new primary space with a production of "Cyrano de Bergerac."