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    LOLPERA

    A new litter of singing and dancing felines hits the stage in Ellen Warkentine and Andrew Pedroza’s hysterical but uneven Fringe opera based on the Internet’s Lolcats photos.

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    Behind the Badge

    “Behind the Badge,” written and performed by Marrick Smith and Lachlan McKinney, is a vigorous two-man Fringe work about a cop and his son that’s based on true events.

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    Would

    David Marx’s drama “Would,” a Fringe Festival show, digs deeply into the psychology of self-forgiveness in its examination of a young man who was imprisoned for life at age 14.

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    Pieces

    Chris Phillips’ “Pieces,” a Fringe drama about the murder of a gay L.A. producer, has muscular dialogue and interesting characters but also believability issues.

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    NY Review: 'Independents'

    "Independents," with a book by Marina Keegan, at the New York Fringe Festival, is a beautifully crafted musical about the doubts and fears of 20-somethings.

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    NY Review: 'Gay Camp'

    The Fringe's "Gay Camp" is an entertaining if erratic romp that's distinguished by the comic agility of its three-person cast juggling multiple roles.

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    NY Review: 'The Women of Spoon River: Their Voices From the Hill'

    Actor-adapter Lee Meriwether's "The Women of Spoon River," a Fringe entry, focuses on the distaff population of Edgar Lee Masters' epitaphs to vivid effect.

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    Broadway's 'Once' Recoups Initial $5.5 Million Investment

    The Tony Award-winning musical has turned profitable after only 21 weeks, which is faster than any new Broadway musical in more than a decade.

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    NY Review: 'Danny Visconti Is Hill-bent: My Night With Hillary Clinton'

    "Danny Visconti Is Hill-bent: My Night With Hillary Clinton," a musical standup act in the Fringe Festival, is too self-consciously outrageous to succeed.

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    NY Review: 'Tail! Spin!'

    Mario Correa's Fringe concoction "Tail! Spin!" arranges the comments of Larry Craig, Mark Foley, Mark Sanford, and Anthony Weiner for big if cynical laughs.