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    Reminiscent of the monologue work of past artists such as Whoopi Goldberg and Lily Tomlin, Curve introduces Nicholas Devine as an exciting, new monologist in a full-length evening of eclectic performances. He morphs into five distinct characters: the ne'er do well functionary in a rut, a salt-of-the-earth type who insists on hearing a funny joke, an aging man tormented by someone who won't appear, an opulent old man who is haunted by his possessed record player, and a young man who already realizes his mistakes and wants the chance to live his life all over again. All the characters have to negotiate the "curve" that life deals them, revealing the depth of their humanity. Nicholas Devine (writer/performer) made his original solo performance debut at Synchronicity Space in SoHo in 1998. He is returning to the Pelican Studio Theatre, the site of the successful workshop productions of "Start From Scratch" (2000) and "The Broken Record Song" (2001), which were produced by The Playwrights Workshop.

    Dates:  Oct. 29, 2002 - Nov. 23, 2002
    Schedule:  Tues.-Sat. 8 p.m.
    Venue:  Pelican Studio Theater, 750 Eighth Ave. - Suite 601 (btw. 46th & 47th St.)
    Price:  $15
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    Tickets/info:  (212) 206-1515

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