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    Axis Company: Shorter Works (Cycle Two)

    The Axis Company's second annual series of fully produced short plays and videos by emerging directors. There is no overall theme for the evenings. The pieces presented have been selected on their merits as creative, innovative and avant-garde works. Each piece is under 30 minutes. Cycle Two includes: The Amazing World of Madame Curie (written and directed by Randy Sharp) is a short musical concerning madame Curie's convalescence from kidney disease in the seaside home of a friend. Lost, lonely, famous and forgotten, Curie and her fellow female physicist look back on their strange journeys through life. Suicide Sam (written by Maurice Chauvet, directed by Seamus McNally). Meet an advertising agency director who is hired to market an in-home suicide machine and the depressed young man who's been hired to beta-test the unit. Video: Selections from the Jonathan Grossmalerman video series by Guy Richards Smit.

    Dates:  April 4, 2002 - April 20, 2002
    Schedule:  Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m.
    Venue:  Axis Theater, 1 Sheridan Square near 7th Ave.
    Price:  $10
    Tickets/info:  (212) 807-9300

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