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    This Meta 'Iphigenia in Aulis' Is a bit Much

    Powerful performances help this overly directed, aggressively modernized version of Euripides’ “Iphigenia in Aulis,” at La MaMa, which references Eric Shanower’s “Age of Bronze.”

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    An Interrogation Primer

    The Fringe show “An Interrogation Primer” is a chilling, thought-provoking stage adaptation of an essay by an American military interrogator about his experiences inIraq.

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    'Incendiary Agents' Sermonizes Weakly Against War

    Jack Karp’s “Incendiary Agents,” from Nylon Fusion Theatre Company, directed by Peter Jensen at the New Ohio Theater, promises a fiery conflict but delivers only a few puffs of smoke.

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    1911 'The Boss' Still Relevant Today

    The intrepid Metropolitan Playhouse excavates another gem, “The Boss,” by Edward Sheldon, a 1911 study of rugged individualism run amok that resounds with contemporary echoes.

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    And the Ovation Award Nominees Aren't...

    The L.A. Stage Alliance pulls several Ovation nominations after errors were discovered.

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    The Bellflower Sessions

    Andy Bloch’s “The Bellflower Sessions,” at the Whitefire Theatre, gives us a taste of some funny stuff and a few standout performances but is ultimately too hard to swallow.

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    Red Shirt Entertainment to Host Event for Rwandan Genocide Victims

    Red Shirt Entertainment and Foundation Rwanda will host a benefit event on Monday, March 18, at Three Jewels in Manhattan's East Village.

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    Family-Friendly ‘Little Women’ Returns to L.A. Stage

    The 2005 Broadway musical adaptation of “Little Women” has a ho-hum score, but its emotive text and lyrics make for a heartfelt, period-accurate staging at Chance Theater.

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    Fly Me to the Moon

    “Fly Me to the Moon,” the new comedy by Marie Jones about the misadventures of two healthcare workers, at 59E59 Theaters in the 1st Irish Festival, is just plain fun.

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    Us

    Actor-author Michelle Clunie’s didactic new play “Us,” now Off-Broadway at the Lion Theatre, uses a romantic breakup as an allegory for liberals’ affair with President Obama.