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    Men of Steel

    You don't have to be a comic-book geek to enjoyMen of Steel, Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company's hip satire on superheroes and the existential burden of being all-powerful.

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    RiddleLikeLove (with a side of ketchup)

    RiddleLikeLove, Julie Fitzpatrick's one-woman memoir-cabaret-tribute-eulogy is ostensibly all about Fitzpatrick's late friend Elizabeth, who was deaf.

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    3 Sisters

    In addition to a daunting three-hour running time in a teeny-tiny theatre, the pace of this particular production lapses with annoying frequency.

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    The Unusual Suspects

    Unapologetic silliness — much of it quite funny — runs rampant through the musical whodunitThe Unusual Suspects.

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    North

    January in New York means slushy sidewalks, unfulfilled New Year's resolutions, and post-holiday urban malaise.

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    The Right Kind of People

    This so-so show makes it fun to watch snobs get their comeuppance, but that's mild entertainment at best.

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    Trout Stanley

    Sugar has decided there's nothing to live for and is ready to end it all -- when a stranger named Trout Stanley shows up unexpectedly at her door.

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    Say Your Prayers, Mug!

    Gangster flicks of the 1930s have been parodied so frequently that the spoofs are now more familiar than the originals.

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    The Dispute

    As Pierre Marivaux'sThe Disputebegins, a prince (Alfredo Narciso) and the woman he loves (Jennifer Ikeda) ponder whether a man or a woman was responsible for the world's first infidelity.

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    Penetrator

    With his lanky frame, unusual haircut, and facial scruff, Max (Michael Mason) is immediately recognizable as a New York hipster.