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Why do people write silly musicals about love? And why, come to think of it, do people sit through them? Even jaded New York audiences can't seem to get enough of the most obvious musical nonsense about dating, romance, marriage,…
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Salam Shalom ... A Tale of Passion

"I thought we were sharing the apartment," says Nabeel, a Palestinian grad student at Berkeley, to his Israeli roommate Yaron. Yaron's art and religious items dominate the space, and their apartment -- at least in the opening scenes of Salam…
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"Love! Labour! Loss!"

This trilogy of one-acts was cobbled together by Isis Arts Collective after the success of Counting the Ways, a brief Edward Albee bagatelle, at last year's Fringe Festival. Counting the Ways starts with the line, "Do you love me?" and…
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