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What's in store Off-Broadway this fall

Zachary Booth, Elizabeth Ashley and Brian Murray in

Zachary Booth, Elizabeth Ashley and Brian Murray in Edward Albee's "Me Myself & I," at Playwrights Horizons in Manhattan through Oct. 10. Credit: Joan Marcus

A rundown of Off-Broadway productions coming this fall:

Me, Myself & I (Sunday). The latest domestic laceration by Edward Albee, starring Brian Murray and Elizabeth Ashley. Playwrights Horizons, 416 W. 42nd St.

The Little Foxes (Sept. 21). Ivo van Hove's deconstruction of Lillian Hellman, starring Elizabeth Marvel. New York Theatre Workshop, 79 E. Fourth St.

The Divine Sister (Sept. 22). Charles Busch's comic homage to Hollywood nuns. SoHo Playhouse, 15 Vandam St.

Orlando (Sept. 23). Sarah Ruhl's rethinking of Virginia Woolf. Classic Stage Company, 136 E. 13th St.

Gatz (Sept. 26). Six-hour word-for-word reproduction of "The Great Gatsby" by the Elevator Repair Service. Public Theater, 425 Lafayette Ave.

Alphabetical Order (Sept. 26). American premiere of Michael Frayn's 1975 newspaper comedy, kickoff to the all-Frayn season by the Keen Company. Clurman Theatre, 410 W. 42nd St.

Middletown (Nov. 3). Will Eno's journey from local library to outer space, starring Georgia Engel and Michael Park. Vineyard Theatre, 108 E. 15th St.

The Language Archive (Oct. 17). Julia Cho's comedy about dying languages and relationships, starring Jayne Houdyshell. Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre, 111 W. 46th St.

Wings (Oct. 24). A revival of Arthur Kopit's drama through the mind of a woman with a stroke, starring Jan Maxwell. Second Stage, 305 W. 43rd St.

Angels in America (Oct. 28). A revival of Tony Kushner's two-part Pulitzer Prize-winning epic, kickoff to the all-Kushner season. Signature Theatre Company, 555 W. 42nd St.

The Break of Noon (Nov. 15). A shootout leads to religion by Neil LaBute, starring David Duchovny. Lucille Lortel Theatre, 121 Christopher St.

The Memorandum (Nov. 4). Corporate-think explored by Vaclav Havel, major playwright and final president of Czechoslovakia. Beckett Theatre, 410 W. 42nd St.

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