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Forever Young

Our picks from a festival of new work by members of Youngblood, a company of playwrights under 30 (February 10 through March 10; $18; call 212-352-3101 for tickets and details).

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  1. 1. Neglect

    Sharyn Rothstein’s drama about a heat wave in inner-city Chicago that brings together an elderly woman and a young man.

  2. 2. Group

    Annie Baker’s comedic look at what happens when a neurotic aspiring author attempts to quit her writers’ group.

  3. 3. The Roosevelt Cousins, Thoroughly Sauced

    A fictionalized, drunken visit with a young FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt at a polio clinic in Georgia. (The title alone should get you there.)


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