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Some Girl(s)Some Girl(s)
by Neil LaBute
directed by Jo Bonney
with: Fran Drescher, Eric McCormack,
Judy Reyes, Brooke Smith, Maura Tierney
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Neil LaBute's Some Girl(s) is a comedy straight from the trenches of the war between the sexes. "Man," a writer known only by that moniker, revisits four women from his past on his way up the aisle of matrimony. He invites each to his hotel room (in four different cities), intent on making sure there are no hard feelings, even though he has previously used their time together as material for his fictional work. In this bold tale of love cast aside, "Man" learns a shocking truth about the price each woman has paid for his youthful cowardice.

The Wooden BreeksThe Wooden Breeks
by Glen Berger
directed by Trip Cullman
with: Louis Cancelmi, Veanne Cox, Maria Dizzia, Jaymie Dornan, Ron Cephas Jones, Steve Mellor, Ana Reeder, Adam Rothenberg, T. Ryder Smith
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Set in the fantastical, miserable village of Brood, Glen Berger's ingenious new play conjures up a marvelously imaginative world peopled by a large cast of dreamers, schemers and would-be lovers. Tormented by the memory of a beautiful young girl he adored and lost, and saddled with the bastard child she left behind as a painful reminder of their doomed romance, a village tinker turned poet tries to ease his pain by conjuring up a hilarious and extremely moving tale, a story made up for the young boy as they sit in front of the dying embers of their hearth. When the last spark is extinguished, we have gone along with them on a magical journey filled with music, shadow and light, meeting along the way a townful of comically misguided characters and an enchanting young saleswoman of casket bell devices for the prematurely buried. A rich and delightful fairy tale for everyone who remembers what a great story sounds like.

Colder Than HereColder Then Here
by Laura Wade
directed by Abigail Morris
with: Judith Light, Brian Murray, Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe
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Faced with the news of her impending demise, Myra is trying for once to be the model home-maker, wife, and mother, turning her household topsy-turvy as she sets her sights on a few domestic tasks to complete before she leaves.like arranging every last detail of her own funeral and relentlessly trying to force her fractured family to communicate with each other. In Laura Wade's funny and moving comedy-drama, Myra, her mild-mannered husband and quirky daughters set off on a whirlwind journey of surprise, exasperation, and discovery just as Myra's own lifetime passage is winding down to its final destination.a hilarious and powerful story of our human condition.

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