Off-Off-Broadway Review

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    American Sexy

    Trista Baldwin's new play "American Sexy," now in the tiny downstairs space at the Flea Theater, is rarely surprising in its look at four randy college students on a joyride to Vegas.

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    NY Review: '5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche'

    Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood's "5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche" is light and fluffy Fringe fare that finds a fresh voice with relevant issues.

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    'The House of Von Macramé' Is Bloody Fun

    “The House of Von Macramé,” Joshua Conkel and Matt Marks’ delirious new musical at the Bushwick Starr, mixes the cattiness of high fashion with the gore of a slasher movie.

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    NY Review: 'Final Analysis'

    A few too many characters and themes lessen the impact of Otho Eskin's "Final Analysis," a well-acted one-act in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

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    'Macbeth OP' Is Both Fair and Foul

    The Shakespeare OP Players’ production of “Macbeth” aims to perform the work as it may have sounded to its first audiences, but also noteworthy is the dedication of the large cast.

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    'Eterniday' Celebrates the Inexplicable

    With “Eterniday,” at La MaMa, author Charles Mee continues his collaboration with experimental dance-theater group Witness Relocation, in a raucously fun collage about connection.

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    Minimalist 'Hamlet' Provides Maximum Effect

    With this high-energy, minimalist, four-actor edition of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” the theater ensemble Bedlam renders a passionate but richly textured Denmark for the ages.

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    Audiences May Develop a 'Habit' for Voyeurism

    Jason Grote’s clichéd play about a trio of lost, aimless souls proves to be utterly fascinating when presented as a theatrical installation that turns theatergoers into voyeurs lurking just on the fringes of the actions.

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    'Good Person of Szechwan' Wipes the Didactic Dust Off Brecht

    If Bertolt Brecht could visit La MaMa to see the Foundry Theatre’s slapstick, pastiche-filled production of “Good Woman of Szechwan,” I suspect he’d smile and think, “Finally!”

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    Topsy-Turvy 'Then She Fell' Is Magical

    Third Rail Projects’ immersive “Then She Fell” is a feast for the senses and a catharsis for the heart, a brush between love and danger that satisfies without sacrificing titillation.