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Fighting for happiness in Little Italy

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Sometimes the most far-fetched situations make for the best drama. Think of Cyrano de Bergerac pretending to be someone he's not. Think of any of Shakespeare's comedies in which the plot can't move ahead without someone being in disguise. John Patrick Shanley's "Italian American Reconciliation," at 1st Stage, starts out as this kind of play, where an outrageous situation kick starts the action....

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