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    TALKING TO GERTRUDE

    Jolene Rice's lesbian comedy Talking to Gertrude is such a thin commodity that the hard-working theatre air conditioner is practically enough to blow the whole shebang right off the stage and out into the stratosphere. On the Sunday matinée of opening weekend, it did, in fact, drown out some ...

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    VAMPIRE VIRGINS FROM VENUS

    The press release calls Vampire Virgins From Venus "a musical F-Troop in outer space." But that description is just too narrow for a show so broad it also takes a bite out of The Rocky Horror Show, Little Shop of Horrors, and all those ridiculously awful Saturday-afternoon creature features you ...

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    THREE SISTERS

    at the Gene Bua

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    All That Fall

    It's Samuel Beckett's 100th birthday this year and, for all Sam's fans, here's an opportunity to view a rarely produced work.

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    A HATFUL OF RAIN

    at the Meta Theater

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    AMERICAN ESE

    Upon hearing that this show is directed by Noah Blake, son of none other than the recently exonerated but notorious former Baretta, Robert, it's hard to prevent a certain bemused quality from creeping into one's observations of the event. Is that two hit men sitting two rows behind ...

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    DEPARTURES

    at the NoHo Arts Studio

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    The Time Machine

    Until Julian Bane and Phil Abatecola clicked on to their laptops, no one had attempted a stage version of this far-reaching fantasy. This ill-fated version doesn't bid fair to be the one that breaks down any barriers.