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Wednesday, April 2 Beach House, Papercuts, Luke Temple Dream-pop on a timeshare. Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St. (betw. Bowery & Chrystie St.), 212-533-2111; 8, $13/$15. Pterodactyl, Dame Satan, The Cinnamon Band Prehistoric noise.    Cake Shop, 152 Ludlow St. (betw. Stanton & Rivington Sts.), 212-253-0036; 8 $6. Eels Useless trinkets & other revelations. Highline Ballroom, 431 [&hellip
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This Week: Obama is called a racist; we give Channing Tatum his credit; and there’s a call for lots more Mishka Shubaly and cock dancing (go figure). Obamalot of Lies Russ Smith is correct about Obama’s speech (“Obamalot,” March 26-April 2). The media predictably over-praised his dreary, self-serving lecture on race in order to pump [&hellip
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Aries (March 21-April 19) Everyone’s on board with your plan—everyone except the one person you’d most like to be on board. Because almost all of us love your plan, we’re praying that you don’t throw it all away for this one person. You’re prone to extravagant melodramatic gestures like that, sometimes. It’d be an awfully [&hellip
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Theater Listings

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The American Dream / The Sandbox Edward Albee directs his two early one-acts, the first about a dysfunctional family waiting for someone to “give us satisfaction.” The absurdist play is completed by the second, which continues the story of the perverse Mommy and Daddy and Grandma. The 80-year-old Albee seems more interested in the hot [&hellip
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