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    Moonlight

    The genius of Harold Pinter is his ability to take commonplace situations and ordinary people, then warp their world with a hyper-realistic, often illogical theatricality.

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    Endgame

    Director Andrei Belgrader and his expert company remember that these figures are tragic clowns, almost Chaplinesque, and give the new production the air of a nightmarish circus.

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    Improbable Frequency

    Improbable Frequencyis absolute entertainment. Although it's nominally about code-cracking in neutral Ireland in 1941, it's a silly theatrical romp.

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    Dr. Faustus

    Despite a compelling, knowing, and committed performance by Daniel Wolfe in the title role, Christopher Marlowe's play is largely ill-served by director Richard Mazda's frequently overwrought and grab-bag production.

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    How to Fold a Shirt

    There are a few funny lines in Anthony Gelsomino's new absurdist play, but his direction successfully kills most of them.

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    Oh What War

    Conceiver-director Mallory Catlett has cited as the inspiration for writer Jason Craig'sOh What WarJoan Littlewood's 1963 musical revueOh!What a Lovely War.

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    Dog Day Afternoon

    Given the cramped Theatre Row venue in which it's being performed, one can't but admire how resourcefully this 16-person ensemble dramatizes the events of the famous 1975 film.

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    Candida

    Michael Halberstam has given George Bernard Shaw's early comedy a very polished revival that is elegant and amusing.

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    Armed and Naked in America: Week B

    Naked Angels has hit upon a political forum that actually generates some friction with its latest Issues Project, the two-week Armed and Naked in America.