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By Steven Leigh Morris
Wed., Dec. 7 2011 at 10:07 AM
Categories: Stage Raw
NO FAULT: A TALE ABOUT THE BIG D IN THE BIG APPLE
Stefany Northcutt convincingly channels a New York City woman in the emotional and psychological throes of an impending divorce after a very brief marriage. Along the path of coping and recovery, "the woman," as she is known, encounters a variety of situations and amusing people (the garrulous, damaged women of a support group, her overly solicitous parents and a marvelously creepy waiter are especially funny). The upside of this 90-minute one-act is Christie Perfetti's blunt humor, energetic prose, nicely complemented by Stefan Lysenko's good direction. Asylum Lab, 1078 Lillian Way, Hlwyd.; Thur.-Fri., 8 p.m.; Sun. 7 p.m.; thru Dec. 18. plays411.com/nofault. (Lovell Estell III)