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'Wackness' comes of age
Mary-Kate Olsen talks about life, her small role in 'The Wackness'
Myers' 'Love Guru' aims high, falls short
Light touch, fine acting lift comedy 'You Kill Me'
Top-notch productions of George Eliot's top-notch novels
Playwright Dorfman puts a face on torture
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