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    The Missing Face

    Presented by the National Black Touring Circuit at the Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand St., NYC, April 25-May 27.

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    PARTY

    Set "In the Living Room of Kevin's Apartment in San Diego," David Dillon's 1992 celebration of gay life is selling out every weekend at Hillcrest's Quentin Crisp Theatre. The play is much more than a 90-minute-plus striptease. It is an inside sendup of that gay obsession with ...

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    If You Ever Leave Me...I'm Going With You!

    Presented by Martin Melzer, Stephen Melzer, Leonard Soloway, and Steven M. Levy at the Cort Theatre, 138 W. 48 St., NYC. Opened Aug. 6 for an open run.

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    KURT WEILL SONGPLAY

    Talents of Kurt Weill, Bertolt Brecht, adapter Jonathan Eaton, and director Rob Walker converge, coalesce, and combine to create a song story of strangers brought together somewhere between Mandalay and yesterday in a shadowy, seedy gin mill with a rich patina of chiaroscuro and memory. They find it deserted but ...

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    Unwrap Your Candy

    Presented by and at the Vineyard Theatre, 108 E. 15 St., NYC, Oct. 8-Nov. 11.

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    A CHRISTMAS THRANCE* 2001

    "Thrance." It's not exactly theatre; it's not exactly dance. But is it enough of either to have a kind of peculiar appeal? The Outlaw Style Thrance Company presents an energetic, vaguely ironic revue of Christmas music that argues both for and against its adopted mixed medium. At its ...

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    Dance of Death

    Presented by the Shubert Organization, Roger Berlind, USA Ostar Theatricals, and Chase Mishkin at the Broadhurst Theatre, 235 W. 44 St., NYC, Oct. 11-Jan. 13.

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    THE WAVERLY GALLERY

    Kenneth Lonergan is resigned. Life is cruel, people are petty, change is virtually impossible. Despite this pessimistic view, his plays reveal a clear affinity for the bonds of friendship and family, a belief that doing the right thing is the right thing to do even if it ultimately doesn't ...

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    THE BOOK OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

    French poet and playwright Paul Claudel's ponderous 1930 drama about the life of Christopher Columbus uses its biographical subject matter to frame a rather dry meditation on wanderlust, as well as the notion that even when God touches someone's life with brilliance, it's just for a moment ...

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    KITTY HAWK, THEMUSICAL

    A long time ago, Ezekiel saw a wheel in the middle of the air. It was not until the dawn of the 20th century that Wilbur and Orville Wright came along, cracked the code, gave man wings, and soared into the air themselves. So far as we know, they were ...