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    Little Footsteps

    The seriocomic 1986 play by Ted Tally takes a look at a couple who faces impending parenthood. Director Gregory Cohen and company well establish the tension brewing in this marriage.

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    SPEED-THE-PLOW

    This is a first-class production of David Mamet's play about people who think they have class but don't. It's about two Hollywood studio types who compete with each other as to who is more sincere, grateful, and loyal to the other—and an ambitious young woman who ...

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    FIRST NIGHT

    This giddy little two-person comedy—about the chance (but not merely by chance) reunion, after 20 years, of Danny and Meredith, a pair of former eighth-grade schoolmates, boy and girl, in a video rental shop on a New Year's eve—consists of two full acts of unrelenting, nonstop, no-holds-barred ...

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    PROOF

    at the Odyssey Theatre

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    Aldridge & Lena

    We can't get a whole life story told in 45 minutes, but, asAldridgeproves, you can achieve its essence.

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    Hillary Agonistes

    The laughs never come, and when the script wanders into pure soap moments -- such as Hillary intoning, "I won't be taken down; they won't do to me what they did to Bill" -- the production seems to be taking itself awfully seriously.

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    The Bully Pulpit

    A first-rate monodrama, elegantly written and piquantly performed by Michael O. Smith,The Bully Pulpitpresents a splendid theatrical portrait of Theodore Roosevelt.

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    King Lear

    Reviewed by Leonard Jacobs

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    TRAIN OF THOUGHT

    In desperate pursuit of some nebulous self, Claudie (playwright/actress Jane Edith Wilson)—broke in pocketbook if not in spirit—stops her world to board a train to take her away from her unsatisfying past and maybe toward a more defining future. Before disappearing into her psychological hinterlands, she catches ...

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    THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH

    With its baroque structuring, its large stable of characters, and its fluid treatment of time, this is one difficult play to direct. Scenes intersect, lines repeat, interrupt, and the audience's focus needs to dance carefully from moment to moment. Director Bo Crowell is to be lauded for attempting to ...