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    BUS STOP

    This play takes a microcosmic look at love in all its variations, and the many ways people adapt to being without it, from youthful innocence to the lechery of old age. Director Bob Hakman and his cast tend to stay in the shallow end of love's often murky waters ...

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    at Improv

    at Improv Olympic

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    SOLOS IN HARMONY VI

    Not only because he gives communion to the little forest animals do we love Bill Rutkoski. We also love his commitment, his fully physicalized, easy presence, his timing, his universal senses of humor and irony. In "Christ Is the Answer... But What's the Question?" writer/performer Rutkoski describes his ...

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    Great Men of Gospel

    Presented by New Federal Theatre at the Harry De Jur Playhouse at Henry Street Settlement's Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand St., NYC, March 14–April 11.

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    ALAGAZAM

    If it is to be interesting, it seems that political art must somehow navigate the Scylla and Charybdis of oversimplification and ham-handed message-bearing. The way through them often seems to be an attention to the complexities and ironies of life. There are a number of reasons why this play is ...

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    Two Brothers Who Are Not Brothers

    Presented by All For Two LLC, casting by Judy Henderson, C.S.A., at the Players Theatre, 115 MacDougal St., NYC, Oct. 27-Nov. 7.

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    2 PIANOS 4 HANDS

    at Laguna Playhouse

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    Hello and Goodbye

    Fugard's play about more domestic concerns.

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    She Always Told Me

    Actor-playwright Annie Mebane has written 12 vignettes for herself and three performers on the wide-ranging subject of "the societal role of women in American culture."

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    Moonlight

    The genius of Harold Pinter is his ability to take commonplace situations and ordinary people, then warp their world with a hyper-realistic, often illogical theatricality.