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Way to go, ‘Willow’

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Congratulations to Frank Anthony Polito, whose “Another Day on Willow Street” was chosen as an “Outstanding New Play” by the Talkin’ Broadway 2007 Summer Theatre Festival. The show, which follows the lives of two couples in Brooklyn Heights, caught GO Brooklyn’s eye way back in August.

On Saturday, Nov. 10, Park Slope’s Gallery Players will stage a reading of Joe Lauinger’s “Michael Archangel,” followed by a wine-and-cheese-fueled discussion. For more information, call (212) 352-3101 or visit www.galleryplayers.com.

The Israeli Batsheva Dance Company will perform “Three,” a new work that features a finale choreographed to a Beach Boys song, beginning Nov. 13 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in Fort Greene.

If you’re looking for something a bit serious, German Expressionist Frank Wedekind’s “Lulu” is coming to the BAM Harvey Theater beginning Nov. 27. The show, starring Fritzi Haberlandt, follows a woman who, according to program notes, is “helpless to stop the carnage in her wake.” Sounds like our kind of girl! For more information on “Three” or “Lulu,” call (718) 636-4100 or visit www.bam.org.

On Nov. 14, BRIC Studio in Fort Greene will put on “Festival of Lines,” a multimedia performance by Faustin Linyekula, a playwright from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. For more information, call (212) 924-0077 or visit www.briconline.org.

Got a tip on an upcoming show? We want to know! Drop us a line at GOBrooklyn@BrooklynPaper.com.

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