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Preview: Gravesongs

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Playwright Sarah Underwood has worked with the five women in ETC's intern company and intern/director Liz Maxwell on this series of scenes and monologues about those who have left this world and listen in on the remarks of those who remain.  

Preview: Jacques Brel's Lonesome Losers of the Night

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Lyle Benjamin, artistic director of Queen City Off Broadway, is restaging this hit production from Chicago, calling it the "perfect show when you drink, look French and despair."  

Preview: Villainy

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From Iago to Salieri, theater has given us a roster of villains who, despite their evil, remain oddly compelling. For that reason, This Ain't Real Theatre Company set out to explore the concept of villainy.  

Preview: Where Drunk Men Go: A Poem With Music

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Taken from Richard Hague's collection Alive in Hard Country, this sequence of poems circles around the many sides of addiction, echoed by deep strains of Bluegrass and Gospel.   

Preview: Sex, Dreams and Self Control

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This solo performance by Kevin Thornton has strictly autobiographical roots, fusing music, spoken word and standup comedy into personal revelation.   

Preview: Cemetery Golf

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Writer-performer Jim Loucks adapted recollections of his Southern Christian childhood into a multi-character, 75-minute drama requiring one actor and one bench. Jim, the 10-year-old storyteller, is as much fiction as biography.  

Preview: Brother Bailey's Pageant of Moral Superiority & Creation Science Island Jamboree

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Writer-director Brad Cupples says he and Ornamental Messiah Productions use comedy to "wake people up" about Creationism, which he calls "an abomination to common sense."  

Preview: Cinema Fantastique

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The uniqueness of Eagle to Squirrel Variety Hour resides in its combination of genres, including Electronic music, Hip Hop, Jazz and spoken word.  

Preview: KAZ/m

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Performance Gallery has assembled a script here with multiple characters and layered storylines to follow the reverberations and repercussions of a suicide and how it shreds the veneer of safe and effective communication.  

Preview: Assholes and Aureoles

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