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Volume 77, Number 5 | July 4 - 10, 2007

THEATER

Photo by Jaisen Crockett

CONTROVERSIAL STUDENT-CREATED PLAY “Voices in Conflict” is a new play about the war in Iraq, created by advanced theatre students of Wilton High School. The play was banned from performance by school officials. Wed. – Fri., July 11-13 at 7pm. VINEYARD THEATRE, 108 E. 15th St. 212-353-0303. www.vineyardtheatre.org. Free. Pictured above is Nick Basile.

Accomplice: The VillagePart interactive theater and part game that sends participants on a mission along the streets of the West Village. Performances run every Saturday and Sunday from 1pm-3pm and meet at a location TBA. $55. www.accomplicethevillage.com. 212-209-3370. Also visit www.accomplicenewyork.com for events in other areas of NYC.

The Engagement: A Snatch of Life in Three ActsA classic love triangle with a twist. Deja and Faith prepare to march toward the longest journey of their lives-marriage, but it won’t go off without a hitch. Thru July 22. WINGS THEATRE, 154 Christopher St. $35, $20 students & seniors. 30% off until 6/30 in celebration of LGBT Pride. 212-352-3101. 212-627-2960. www.theatermania.com.

The Fabulous Life of a Size ZeroA young woman descends into a filthy/gorgeous world of booze, beauty and boyfriends all while attempting to get into the Ivy League school of her choice. Thru July 1, Wed.-Sat. at 8pm; Tues. & Sun. at 7pm. DR2 THEATRE, 103 E. 15th St. bet Union Square & Irving Place. 212-555-1212. www.telecharge.com. www.thefabulouslifeofasizezero.com. $18.

Fitz & Walloughs Get in the EndThis unique theatrical experience reunites the award winning team behind the 2004 hit The Only Thing Straight Is My Jacket. Thru July 8, Sundays at 8pm. ACE OF CLUBS, inside Acme, 9 Great Jones St. at Lafayette. 212-352-3101. www.SpinCycleNYC.com. $15.

The House of Bernarda AlbaAfter Bernarda Alba’s second husband dies, she declares an eight-year mourning period for her household. Her five marriageable daughters struggle with this decree, and when a suitor calls upon the eldest daughter, the family must face the long-lasting repercussions. Thru June 30; Wed. – Sat. at 8pm & Sat. at 3pm. MANHATTAN THEATRE SOURCE, 177 MacDougal St., bet Waverly Place and W. 8th St. 212-352-3101. www.theatermania.com. $18.

Goldoni’s The LiarVisit an ancient world of passionate lovers, wacky servants, and grouchy old men in an interactive environment for the whole family. Set in Venice, the story tells the fantastic tale of an imaginative lover named Lelio using the performance style of commedia dell’arte and masks. Thru June 29, Thurs. & Fri. at 8pm. TEATRO SEA, 107 Suffolk St., 2nd floor. 212-529-1545. info@sea-online.info. $15, $10 children, students & seniors.

I Google MyselfThe unusual story of three very different men with the same name. One is a gay porn star with a dirty little secret. One is a stoner mechanic who blogs poetry. And another is a wily stalker with a balloon fetish. Their worlds collide when one man Googles his own name to find others who share his moniker. Thru July 7; Thurs. & Fri. at 8pm; Sat. at 8pm & 10:30pm. UNDER ST. MARKS, 94 St. Marks Place bet 1st Ave. & Ave. A. 212-352-3101. www.TheaterMania.com. $18.

No End of BlameHoward Barker’s provocative story of a political cartoonist whose pen is dipped in poison. Thru July 14.


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