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  • Marriage Clips
  • Marriage Clips

    An Infinite Ache condenses 40 years of marriage into an hour and a half. And doesn’t waste a minute.
      Interplayers' An Infinite Ache condenses 40 years of marriage into an hour and a half. And doesn’t waste a minute.
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  • Something Fishy
  • Something Fishy

    Tuna Does Vegas briefly brings its small-town Texans to Sin City for a hilarious fish-out-of-water comedy.
      The play also loses steam in the brief second act and sometimes fragments into sketch comedy. How badly? Consider that it takes the Struvies an entire act to finally leave Tuna for Vegas, and yet they vanish after the intermission until the final scene.
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  • Systematic Sisters
  • Systematic Sisters

    Syncopate, harmonize, snap, twirl, belt - rehearsing the boogie-woogie music in Sisters of Swing ain’t easy.
      The Andrews Sistersâeuro;™ âeuro;œBoogie-Woogie Bugle Boyâeuro;� is one of the most enduring songs to come out of World War II. In 1972, Bette Midler camped it up for a new generation. In 2007, Christina Aguileraâeuro;™s âeuro;œCandymanâeuro;� rewrote the Andrews lyrics and sexed up the sistersâeuro;™ dance moves.
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  • Reality Show
  • Reality Show

    The Receptionist makes you want to shout, 'We waited 45 minutes for this?!'
      In Interplayersâeuro;™ current production, directed by Maria Caprile, the eponymous receptionist is Beverly Wilkins (Caren Graham). She doesnâeuro;™t open the play (that pride of place goes to a spotlighted monologue by Reed McColm, as Mr.
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  • Like Humans Do
  • Like Humans Do

    The latest from Interplayers asks what it means to laugh, to be normal, to be broken.
      There’s the talkative-compulsive one. There’s the one who’s just a big teddy bear obsessed with Spider-Man. And the schizophrenic who really believes that he’s a golf pro.
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  • Clean Up Your Mess
  • Clean Up Your Mess

    When trust shatters and bank accounts drain away, how do you respond?
      In Paul Weitz’s 2005 dramedy, we witness the family crisis mostly through the eyes of the two teenage sons (Christopher Rounsville and Bryton Martin). In the opening scene, full of joshing horseplay, the talk runs to girls, sports fantasies and farts.
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