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Review: 'Jackie' a sharp-eyed look at an icon

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NEW YORK (AP) — Women's Project Theater has had a crackling start to their 35th season, celebrating their new home at New York City Center with the well-received, disturbing "Bethany," a play about the negative effect of America's economic decline on the middle class. Now comes the 2004 Nobel Prize-winning Austrian writer Elfriede Jelinek's irreverent, sharp-eyed imagining of the inner life...

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