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Passion Play 

Wednesdays-Sundays. Continues through June 5 2010; $22.50-$62.50

Finally, fresh off her short-listing for the 2010 Pulitzer for Drama for her "Vibrator Play," we get the New York premiere of Sarah Ruhl's already seminal triptych about productions of Christ's death and resurrection in 16th century England, Nazi Germany and mid-80s South Dakota. All the more appropriate that it should be staged in a converted church. The part of the interfering historical figure in each segment — Queen Elizabeth, Hitler, Reagan — will be played by T. Ryder Smith, a frequent collaborator of Ruhl's who also appeared alongside Harry Potter in Equus on Broadway a couple years ago.


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