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    THE WIZARD OF OZ

    at the Carpenter Performing

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    Margaret Preece: Isn't It Romantic?

    Margaret Preece took a night off from her assignment as the Mother Abbess in the current London production ofThe Sound of Musicto sing Richard Rodgers songs.

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    The Milliner

    The post-Holocaust literature keeps rolling along, the theme an endless source of inspiration and repetition.

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    FIDDLER sub-terrain

    Reviewed by Eric Grode

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    FLUFFY BUNNIES IN A FIELD OF DAISIES

    I have the best luck when summer arrives. As the weather turns hot I invariably stumble into the perfect show for the season: lightweight, funny, and adorable. This may be the best summer yet. Just reading over my notes on this show makes me smile, primarily because they are of ...

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    Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

    This zany horror-flick spoof from debuting director Eli Craig finds hilarity in the grisly mix-ups that occur when two rednecks strike terror in the hearts of vacationing undergrads

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    Dirty Girl

    Set in Norman, Okla., circa 1987, "Dirty Girl" centers on the unlikely friendship between slutty and disruptive high school student and her emotionally battered, closeted homosexual classmate.

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    I've Never Been So Happy

    The show is a boy-meets-girl Western musical with a happy ending. But don't go expecting "Annie Get Your Gun" or "Oklahoma!"

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    The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs

    Mike Daisey's accidental eulogy for the late Apple CEO fuses personal narrative and journalistic storytelling to create a captivating and relevant evening of theater.