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    OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS

    Grandparents are often our greatest source of frustration and our greatest source of unconditional love. It's a wonderful paradox that Joe DiPietro illustrates with touching sentimentality and bittersweet humor in this story about family ties. Nick Cristano, an ambitious New Jersey native, shares a strong albeit sometimes tense bond ...

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    Medea in Jerusalem

    Presented by 71A Productions, casting by SFL Casting, at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, 224 Waverly Place, NYC, Aug. 5-Sept. 4.

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    THE BOOK OF LIZ

    Life had always been simple for Sister Elizabeth Donderstock, living in her Puritan-obsessed Squeamish religious community, making her famous cheese balls—traditional and smoky varieties—to sell to the turbine engine–ruled outside world, and assisting her adored Reverend Tollhouse in planning the annual Chastity Parade. But when her cloistered ...

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    The Argument

    Presented by and at the Vineyard Theatre, 108 E. 15th St., NYC, May 25–June 19. Casting by Cindy Tolan.

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    Henry V

    Presented by the Jean Cocteau Repertory at the Bouwerie Lane Theatre, 330 Bowery St., NYC, Sept. 12-Jan. 5 in repertory.

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    SHOWING SIX

    at ZJU Theatre Group

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    BUKOWSICAL!

    at Sacred Fools Theater

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    DOGEATERS

    Putting history onstage is a huge undertaking, especially if it's history that hasn't yet been documented for generations of schoolchildren. Jessica Hagedorn painted a pastiche of colorful and violent history in her novel, then adapted it as a play, or, more concisely, a pageant. There's a plethora ...

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    CAUGHT IN RED TAPE

    Creator, producer, writer, director, actor, and voice-over artist Edie Magoun leads her troupe, Tomboys in Fishnets, to the boards. Perhaps it's because Magoun is wearing so very many hats that the production is less than stellar. Although a familiar and friendly audience was squealing with laughter, guffaws, and chortles ...