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CHURCH OF THE COVENANT. (Corner Newbury and Berkeley Sts.) The Boor by Checkhov, The Lover by Pinter, Thurs. thru Sun. at 8, $2.50.
LEVERETT HOUSE OLD LIBRARY. Three and One, four dramatic presentations, sponsored by the Society of Creative Concern, and H-R Afro-American Cultural Center, Feb. 23, 8. $1.50.
LOEB EX, Room for One Woman, by S.J. Bergman, Feb. 22-24, 7:30, at Holmes Hall, Mar. 1-3, free.
Henry IV. Luigi Pirandello's play about what happens to people who fall off their horses and decide they're emperors of Germany. Rex Harrison looks just like the movies. At the Schubert til March 3.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Dale Wasserman's adaptation of Ken Kesey's novel. At the Charles.
Groove Tube. Beyond the vast wasteland. At the Video Theater, 24 Brighton Ave.
Richard III. A semi-modern dress version starring A1 Pacino, who's not bad for a gangster. Church of the Covenant, 67 Newbury St., til March 4.
Ice Follies. The Chicago Daily News says it's a "smasheroo." At the Boston Garden til Sunday.
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