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    MARLEY'S GHOST

    In the tradition of Tamara performed at an American Legion hall and Romeo & Juliet driving classic convertibles through a studio backlot, Circle X Theatre Company redefines its cutting-edge reputation with this unique environmental presentation. Displaying the same innovative vitality that has put the troupe on the L.A. theatrical map ...

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    Don Juan

    Presented by Theatre for a New Audience, casting by Deborah Brown, at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, 121 Christopher St., NYC, March 23-April 13.

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    • Accomplice, presented by and at the Colony Theatre, 555 N. Third St., Burbank. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. (Also Sat. 3 p.m., Feb. 19 & 26, and Thu. 8 p.m., Mar. 3 & 10). Through Mar. 13. $26-36. (818) 558-7000.

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    COMPANY

    On the heels of the Reprise! staging of Stephen Sondheim's landmark 1970 musical, another company presents its take on the classic, to less fortuitous effect. Size indeed matters in the Performance Riverside staging, as the intimate dramatic episodes in librettist George Furth's seriocomic view of urban loneliness get ...

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    All Is Almost Still

    Presented by One Little Goat Theatre Company at the 78th Street Theatre Lab, 236 W. 78 St., NYC, May 19-30.

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    RED HOT & COLE

    This peculiar concoction is either an overlong revue, a half-baked book musical, or a superficial composer salute. Any way you slice it, it's a tiresome three-hour sit. Despite the lumbering text by James Bianchi, Muriel McAuley, and Randy Strawderman, which cries out for ruthless trimming, there are strong points ...

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    The Merchant of Venice

    Presented by and at the Pearl Theatre Company, 80 St. Mark's Place, NYC, Nov. 2-Dec. 7 in repertory. Casting by Meghan Beals.

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    The Secret Order

    Presented by The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and The Ensemble Studio Theatre at E.S.T., 549 W. 52 St., NYC, April 4-28.

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    A HOLIDAY CHRISTMAS

    Whether pedestrian or bizarre, art is, despite the protest of those creating it, still a product. And if said product doesn't attract willing consumers, it becomes increasingly difficult for an artistic company to survive long enough to fulfill its mission. Such may be the case with Crazy Eddie's ...

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    SOME EXPLICIT POLAROIDS

    It's no surprise that Rude Guerrilla Theater Company has once again tapped into Mark Ravenhill's dark, edgy repertoire. Having already found success with the British playwright's raw, sexually charged work, this intrepid company knows that beneath the shocking surface of his satire are universal themes that will ...