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  Our guide to plays and musicals coming to New York stages and a few last-chance picks of shows that are about to close. Our reviews of open shows are at nytimes.com/reviews/theater.

  ‘ABOUT ALICE’ at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center (previews start on Jan. 8; opens on Jan. 20). Based on what the Sunday Book Review called a “slim but walloping book,” this Theater for a New Audience play by Calvin Trillin relates his long, fine romance with his wife, Alice, who died in 2001. Under Leonard Foglia’s direction, Jeffrey Bean and Carrie Paff play Calvin and Alice.866-811-4111, tfana.org

  ‘BEHIND THE SHEET’ at Ensemble Studio Theater (previews start on Jan. 9; opens on Jan. 17). The history of medical discovery is pitted with ethics violations, as Charly Evon Simpson’s play shows. In 1846, a doctor makes remarkable breakthroughs, including a surgical repair for fistula. But he conducts his research, unanaesthetized, on enslaved African-American women. Colette Robert directs a cast including Naomi Lorrain and Joel Ripka.ensemblestudiotheatre.org

  ‘BLUE RIDGE’ at the Atlantic Theater Company at the Linda Gross Theater (in previews; opens on Jan. 7). Classroom management is one thing. Anger management is another. In this comedy by Abby Rosebrock (“Dido of Idaho”), directed by Taibi Magar, a high school teacher with rage issues lands at an Appalachian halfway house. The production stars Marin Ireland, an actress who specializes — thrillingly — in difficult women.866-811-4111, atlantictheater.org

  ‘CHOIR BOY’ at the Samuel J. Friedman Theater (in previews; opens on Jan. 8). Lift your voice and lay down your cash. Tarell Alvin McCraney’s 2013 music-drenched play about a prep school choir arrives on Broadway. Under Trip Cullman’s direction, Jeremy Pope, John Clay III, J. Quinton Johnson, Caleb Eberhardt and Nicholas L. Ashe play students struggling with masculinity, maturity, sexuality and freedom. 212-239-6200, choirboybroadway.com

  ‘EDDIE AND DAVE’ at Atlantic Stage 2 (previews start on Jan. 10; opens on Jan. 22). A story of big personalities and even bigger hair, Amy Staats’s play explores ‘80s rock as seen though a mist of extra-hold hairspray. Staats and Megan Hill play Van Halen-esque shredders, with Vanessa Aspillaga as an MTV-VJ. The director Margot Bordelon jumps in.866-811-4111, atlantictheater.org

  PROTOTYPE: OPERA/THEATER/ NOW at various locations (performances start on Jan. 5) This festival straddling opera, theater and new music warms up for another season. Selected works explore a bandit, a train ride, the experience of infertility, a mother-daughter relationship and a woman’s harrowing psychological disintegration. At the same time, the Out of Bounds Festival scatters site-specific work throughout the city.prototypefestival.org

  ‘RED STATE BLUE STATE’ at Minetta Lane Theater (previews start on Jan. 5; opens on Jan. 22). Having already attacked local demographics in “The New York Story,” the comedian Colin Quinn (“Long Story Short,” “Unconstitutional”) makes his aggravation national. This new show, which will be released by Audible, plants its feet on either side of the political divide, promising to pummel liberals and conservatives alike. Bobby Moresco directs.800-745-3000, colinquinnshow.com

  ‘VARTN AF GODOT’ at the 14th Street Y (in previews; opens on Jan. 6). The bowler hats are back as the New Yiddish Rep (“God of Vengeance,” “Rhinoceros”) revives Samuel Beckett’s comedy in Yiddish. Rafael Goldwaser, David Mandelbaum, Gera Sandler, Richard Saudek, Noam Sandler and Myron Tregubov, under Ronit Muszkatblit’s direction, perform the usual tale of tramps, with more gutturals.646-395-4310, newyiddishrep.org

  ‘THE HARD PROBLEM’ at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center Theater (closes on Jan. 6). Tom Stoppard’s play, a drama of conscience, consciousness and coincidence, reaches its conclusion. Ben Brantley wrote that even though this production, directed by Jack O’Brien and starring Adelaide Clemens, is as cerebral as anything Stoppard has produced, it “often feels like the work of a precocious young neophyte rather than an old master” and “has yet to solve itself.”212-239-6200, lct.org

  ‘HEAD OVER HEELS’ at the Hudson Theater (closes on Jan. 6). This Go-Gos jukebox musical has the beat, but not for much longer. Inspired by Sir Philip Sidney’s Renaissance lyric poem “The Arcadia,” the show, directed by Michael Mayer, is awash in cross-dressing and mistaken identity. Despite its wild premise, Ben Brantley wrote that the musical “mutters deferentially when what you want is a rebel yell.”855-801-5876, thehudsonbroadway.com

  ‘THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT’ at Studio 54 (closes on Jan. 13). Based on a true-ish story, this three-character play about an unshakeable fact-checker (Daniel Radcliffe), an unyielding writer (Bobby Cannavale) and an editor on deadline (Cherry Jones) reaches its last lines. Jesse Green praised the director Leigh Silverman’s “terrific comic staging” and the cast’s “dead-on timing,” calling the play itself “terrifically engaging but not as smart as it thinks.”212-239-6200, lifespanofafact.com

  ‘ONCE ON THIS ISLAND’ at Circle in the Square Theater (closes on Jan. 6). A story of poignant self-sacrifice and occasional goats, Michael Arden’s revival of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty’s musical, set in the French Antilles, floats away. Jesse Green called it “ravishing,” adding that Arden’s “staging serves his top-to-bottom terrific cast of black and Hispanic and Asian actors beautifully.”212-239-6200, onceonthisisland.com

  ‘TORCH SONG’ at Second Stage at the Hayes Theater (closes on Jan. 6). The Broadway revival of Harvey Fierstein’s play, directed by Moisés Kaufman, douses its flame. Ben Brantley had particular praise for Mercedes Ruehl’s “expertly coiled performance” and for the show’s star, Michael Urie, who gives, he wrote, “a seriously entertaining interpretation of living large as a proactive defense against feeling small.”212-239-6200, torchsongbroadway.com





“【哎】,【你】【怎】【么】【不】【走】【啊】,【进】【去】【啊】!”【唐】【雨】【裳】【无】【奈】【了】,【它】【怎】【么】【不】【进】【去】【啊】,【开】【玩】【笑】【呢】! 【只】【不】【过】【唐】【雨】【裳】【忘】【记】【了】,【这】【个】【鹿】【跳】【跳】【并】【不】【会】【说】【话】! 【鹿】【跳】【跳】【瞪】【大】【了】【眼】【睛】【看】【着】【她】,【一】【点】【也】【没】【有】【跟】【她】【进】【去】【的】【意】【思】! “【哎】,【你】【不】【进】【去】【以】【后】【就】【再】【也】【见】【不】【到】【我】【了】!”【唐】【雨】【裳】【说】【道】,【说】【完】【她】【发】【现】,【自】【己】【好】【像】【跟】【这】【个】【妖】【灵】【没】【有】【那】【么】【熟】【悉】【啊】!

  “【你】【是】【什】【么】【人】!” 【看】【着】【余】【化】【的】【身】【形】。 【神】【鹏】【族】【长】【开】【口】【喝】【道】。 【此】【时】【的】【他】,【感】【觉】【到】【了】【对】【方】【身】【上】【散】【发】【出】【来】【的】【危】【险】【气】【息】。 【而】【就】【在】【他】【的】【话】【音】【刚】【刚】【落】【下】【之】【后】。 【身】【在】【下】【方】【的】【余】【化】,【却】【是】【根】【本】【就】【没】【有】【回】【答】【的】【意】【思】。 【妖】【艳】【的】【血】【色】【长】【刀】。 【瞬】【间】【便】【是】【劈】【了】【出】【去】。 【这】【一】【刀】,【强】【大】【的】【骇】【人】。 【让】【人】【感】【觉】【到】【心】【惊】。 合数单双论坛【古】【帆】【要】【的】【是】【一】【个】【印】【证】【自】【己】【实】【力】【的】【对】【象】。 【现】【在】【这】【位】,【就】【是】【最】【佳】【的】【选】【择】。 【在】【感】【觉】【到】【对】【方】【的】【迟】【疑】【之】【时】,【古】【帆】【还】【真】【怕】【他】【会】【逃】【之】【夭】【夭】! 【当】【然】,【就】【算】【他】【想】【逃】,【有】【幽】【冥】【在】【也】【根】【本】【逃】【不】【掉】。 【但】【古】【帆】【不】【想】【破】【坏】【现】【在】【的】【一】【切】。 【现】【在】【自】【己】【战】【意】【升】【腾】,【需】【要】【的】【就】【是】【奋】【力】【大】【战】,【而】【不】【是】【什】【么】【追】【逐】。 【所】【以】,【古】【帆】【主】【动】【出】【击】。

  【天】【地】【灵】【桥】【境】,【气】【海】【内】【的】【真】【气】,【已】【经】【部】【分】【转】【化】【成】【了】【液】【态】。 【再】【通】【过】【吸】【收】【天】【地】【灵】【气】【来】【修】【炼】,【速】【度】【无】【疑】【会】【慢】【上】【很】【多】。 【但】【在】【这】【聚】【灵】【阁】【三】【层】,【浓】【郁】【的】【灵】【气】【已】【经】【化】【为】【了】【灵】【液】,【对】【现】【阶】【段】【的】【叶】【孤】【辰】【而】【言】【再】【合】【适】【不】【过】。 【这】【就】【是】【叶】【孤】【辰】【进】【入】【学】【院】,【所】【得】【到】【的】【好】【处】。 【若】【是】【孤】【身】【一】【人】【在】【剑】【王】【朝】【闯】【荡】,【绝】【对】【不】【会】【有】【这】【样】【丰】【厚】【的】【待】【遇】。