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A one-man show about a horribly disfigured woman: Pat Kinevane's riveting 'Underneath'

With his psychological insight, compassion and darkly comic wit, the Irish solo performer Pat Kinevane specializes in conjuring up the overlooked discards of society and making us take notice. Having populated previous pieces with homeless alcoholics and forgotten nursing home residents, Kinevane...
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