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    COLORS

    The five-minute play giveth and the five-minute play taketh away. It prompts energetic and compact writing, but, at the same time, it can promote awkward concepts and resolutions. The 16 short plays on display all concern the theme of colors—some primarily, some secondarily. The young cast tends to be ...

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    NINE

    Presented by Roundabout Theatre Company, casting by Jim Carnahan and Jeremy Rich, at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, 230 W. 49 St., NYC, April 10-Aug. 10.

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    THE HOME

    Writer Julie Shimer has bracketed a perfectly pedestrian story set in a home for unwed mothers with a curious contrivance, but we'll get to that later. The home's primary fallen angel is Regina (Rachel Seiferth), whose indiscretion with a particularly fetching local lug named Junior (Zack Graham) results ...

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    After the Ball

    Presented by and at the Irish Repertory Theatre, 132 W. 22 St., NYC, Dec. 16-Jan. 30.

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    Mom, Dad, I'm Living With a White Girl

    Presented by Pan Asian Repertory Theatre at the West End Theatre, 263 W. 86 St., NYC, Oct. 13-Nov. 7.

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    LATE NITE CATECHISM 2— THE SEQUEL

    Second time around and still going strong, actor, writer, and set designer Maripat Donovan suits up in her nun's habit and goes forth to try to make everyone just a little bit better and bring them closer to heaven. Late Nite Catechism 2—The Sequel, under the direction of ...

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    Marathon 2005: Series B

    Presented by and at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, 549 W. 52nd St., NYC, May 31–June 19, in rotating repertory with Series A and C.

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    The God Botherers

    at Pasadena Playhouse Balcony Theatre

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    EQUUS

    at the David Henry Hwang

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    WAITING FOR LEFTY

    "Meet the new boss, same as the old boss," is more than just a line from a Who song. One only has to compare the labor themes proffered in Clifford Odets' stirring 1935 script with the battles being waged by unions today to see that little has changed over the ...