Immigrant's Song

While Ayvazian's creation is more of a pastiche than a traditionally told story, it is nevertheless the kind of play that the theater could use more of: a drama that illuminates the human experience rather than a sketchy undertaking that talks you to death. Ironically, it is because of the play's tragic moments, and not its comic ones, that we are able to discover castles in the air among the earthly ruins.

Nine Armenians, through October 11 at the Stage Theatre in the Plex, 14th and Curtis streets, 893-4100.

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