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A bit more than 10 years ago, Tracey Scott Wilson descended to the lobby of her apartment building to find a teetering tower of packages addressed to her. It seemed not only that all the manuscripts of her novel had been rejected, but that all 30 had arrived back on her doorstep the same day.
It is a good thing that Plato is dead, because Glen Berger gives the philosopher a run for his money with his harrowing drama ''Underneath the Lintel.''
On a warm Friday evening earlier this month, Nijerah Battle and Najah McLean walked about two miles from their homes in the Marion Gardens public housing complex here to a Girl Scout meeting.
Joe Orton has received a lot of attention recently, largely because of Alec Baldwin's turn in ''Entertaining Mr. Sloane'' at the Roundabout Theater in Manhattan.