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    “Silent,” actor-author Pat Kinevane’s rich, detailed solo show about a homeless man’s guilt over his brother’s suicide, at Irish Arts Center, dazzles but lacks emotional resonance.

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    The Full Monty

    Third Street Theatre’s intimate production of David Yazbek and Terrence McNally’s 2000 Broadway musical “The Full Monty” is charmingly determined though slightly off-kilter.

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    Blake Ellis on James Carpenter in 'The Dresser'

    Blake Ellis recalls working alongside James Carpenter in the San Jose Repertory Theatre's production of "The Dresser."

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    The Eyes of Others

    Bulgarian author Ivan Dimitrov’s debut play, “The Eyes of Others,” at the New Ohio Theatre, is a thin and derivative absurdist comedy that features some first-rate performances.

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    I Love a Piano

    The weak gimmick of following an upright piano’s “life” can’t kill “I Love a Piano,” the all–Irving Berlin revue getting a slick and entertaining staging from 3-D Theatricals.

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    Erin Mallon on Jumping From Play to Play

    Our intrepid dispatcher jumps from “Untitled Play About Brecht’s Girlfriends & Boyfriend and Wife” to “Mickey & Sage”

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    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    National Theatre Live’s broadcast of the stage adaptation of Mark Haddon’s international bestseller “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” is absolutely marvelous.

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    Euripides’ Helen

    Playwrights’ Arena gives the rarely performed “Euripides’ Helen” the Hollywood treatment, with Rachel Sorsa and Maxwell Caulfield as a Spartan Nick and Nora, at the Getty Villa.

  • News

    Free Seminar: ‘Casting Off-Broadway: A How-To Guide’ Sept. 9 in NYC

    The Off Broadway Alliance presents a free panel discussion about casting Sept. 9 at the Snapple Theater Center in New York, featuring CD Cindi Rush, casting associate Kaitlin Shaw, producer Rich Affannato, and director Thomas Caruso.

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    Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking!

    With “Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking!,” creator, writer, and co-director Gerard Alessandrini returns after a three-year sabbatical sharper and funnier than ever.