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The Bilbao Effect 

Wednesdays-Saturdays. Continues through June 5 2010; $18

The latest from Oren Safdie -- the son of legendary Israeli modern architect Moshe Safdie and who established his playwriting bonafides back when his Private Jokes, Public Places was a hit at La MaMa in 2003 -- picks up where that show ended its five month run, at the local American Institute of Architects chapter, which plays a shadowy role in his new drama about a world-famous architect whose redevelopment plan for Staten Island apparently leads to a woman's suicide. The middle chapter in a trilogy on contemporary architecture, Shafdie probes the ethics of massive development projects like, say, Atlantic Yards.


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