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    Golf: The Musical

    Presented by Eric Krebs, casting by Stephanie Klapper, at the John Houseman Theater Center, 450 W. 42 St., NYC. Opened Nov. 19 for an open run.

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    Noir

    Presented by Danspace Project's Out of Space/SITE Series and Sens as part of the 2004 Whitney Biennial at the Delancey and Essex Municipal Parking Garage, 105 Essex St., NYC, May 5-29.

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    42nd Street WorkShop Third Annual One-Act Festival—Evening C

    Presented by and at the 42nd Street WorkShop, 432 W. 42 St., 5th fl., NYC, Sept. 6-15.

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    ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE

    When they premiered in the '60s, all three of Joe Orton's plays were considered shocking. They were blacker-than-black comedies that exposed Britain's repression and hypocrisy, and mercilessly toyed with its sexual mores. While the decades have mellowed Orton's impact and all but obliterated his shock value, his ...

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    Shock and Awe A-Go-Go!

    Presented by Toxic Pop at The Cutting Room, 19 W. 24 St., NYC, July 11-Aug. 29.

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    BURN THIS

    Presented by Signature Theatre Company at the Union Square Theatre, 100 E. 17 St., NYC, Sept. 19-Nov. 3.

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    Doug Varone and Dancers: Neither

    Reviewed by Lisa Jo Sagolla

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    The Private Lives of Pippa Lee

    It's not that this film is dreadful; it's just dull. Pippa (Robin Wright) has been happily married for several decades to a man (Alan Arkin) 30 years her senior.

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    Joaquin Cortes: "Live"

    Self-presented at City Center, 131 W. 55 St., NYC, Sept. 14-19.

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    No Man's Land

    Working-class Brits turned poets in Harold Pinter's 1950s plays give way to characters lost in a world of affluent privilege in this 1974 play.