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Paperhand's latest enchants on familiar grounds 

The same questions tend to arise whenever I take in a show by Paperhand Puppet Intervention. Exactly how do you review a parable? What critical form would be appropriate for Dr. Seuss? The thousands of people who seek out the large-scale pageants…

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