Off-Off-Broadway Review

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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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    Beyond Words

    Using pantomime, storytelling and music, Bill Bowers examines what it means to be a man in America—and uncovers very little that is new for 21st-century audiences.

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    The Un-Marrying Project

    Larry Kunofsky's well-intentioned but unwieldy new play, lacking the fast-moving, satirical style it's premise needs, will hardly do much for the cause of gay marriage.

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    Standing Up: Bathroom Talk & Other Stuff We Learn From Dad

    Playwright-performer Tracey Conyer Lee skillfully ricochets from standup comedy to kitchen-sink drama in this solo show.

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    Notes on the Land of Earthquake and Fire

    A talented writer goes amiss in Hollywood.

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    For the Love of Christ!

    Unfortunately for writer-composer Ben Knox, his largely unclever low-camp musical "For the Love of Christ!" is neither intelligent enough to be satirical nor ballsy enough to be subversive.

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    The Cambria

    "The Cambria" was the name of the ship that in 1845 took the great African American Frederick Douglass from Boston to Ireland.

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    Lorenzo

    An uneven tuner attempts to combine musical theatre with opera.

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    Red Fly/Blue Bottle

    Red Fly/Blue Bottle is a dark radio-era wonderland where everyday objects such as pins, teacups, and springs taking on epic proportions.

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    From Russia with Angst

    Five members of the WorkShop Theater Company have adapted five Chekhov short stories into one-act plays in "From Russia With Angst." Unfortunately, the short length of each hampers the subtlety and nuance for which Chekhov is renowned.