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Indie Theater Picks for the Week

Turn me on, dammit

The rare coming-of-age tale to put nascent female sexuality on display without moralizing or equivocating, first time director Jannicke Jacobsen's Turn Me On, Dammit! subversively suggests that the fastest way to grow up isn't to give up, it's to masturbate wildly.

Girls Gone Solo: Three Worthy One-Woman Shows

Marilyn Pittman It's all the Rage

The city has no shortage of big Broadway-type productions in gorgeous old theaters. But, often it's the indie theater little guys who deserve, want, and need the support of the masses. We're looking forward to these three upcoming solo shows performed by our talented and funny female brethren:

Marilyn Pittman is a great actress. Her one-woman solo performance It's All the Rage impressively balances comedy with tragedy in a compelling and hilarious (yes, hilarious) rendition of murder-suicide.

Three Indie Films to Scope Out This Week

Jiro Dreams of Sushi

Escape the reality of your work week and plan to see one of these three indie films playing limited runs around the city.

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