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    THE MUSICAL

    at the Geffen Playhouse

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    Helen

    Presented by and at The Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival, Martinson Hall, 425 Lafayette St., NYC, April 8-21.

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    Tape

    Presented by Naked Angels at the Jose Quintero Theatre, 534 W. 42 St., NYC, Jan. 17-Feb. 2.

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    THE ROAR OF THE CROWD

    In his heyday, Roscoe Arbuckle was the highest-paid performer of the silent movie era; his salary exceeded that of Charlie Chaplin. But he was referred to as "Fatty," and a false accusation of rape against this gentle, comedic behemoth destroyed his career and, to a sad degree, his acting legacy ...

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    Territory

    Presented by and at the Bottle Factory Theater Company, 195 E. Third St., NYC, May 21-July 13.

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    NOISES OFF

    at the Maverick Theater

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    CLAIRE Z.

    at Sacred Fools Theater

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    CABARET

    at the Simi Valley

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    TWO ROOMS

    Lee Blessing's Two Rooms creates the illusion of being a politically engaged play. It is, on its surface, about the kidnapping of an American professor in Beirut and the U.S. government's refusal to negotiate to free him. Yet the political content of the play doesn't explore ...