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“There is a logical fallacy known as Equivocation, a sub-genre of the fallacy of Ambiguity.”
“Bill Cain 's Equivocation, which is set to open November 18, 2009.”
“It will run in concurrently with "Equivocation" in the Fichandler, an in-the-round space conveniently evocative, notes Smith, of a coliseum.”
“* "Equivocation" (Nov. 18, 2011-Jan. 1, 2012) by Bill Cain ("Stand-Up Tragedy") will be a production from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, directed by that company's leader, Bill Rauch.”
“The six actors dig into Mr. Cain's well-shaped scenes, and Garry Hynes has directed them with polish and flair, but "Equivocation" is still no better than second-rate.”
“Equivocation," which has arrived in New York after making the regional rounds.”
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“Also, should anyone happen to be out in Oregon for whatever reason (like, because I told you to), there’s a play called Equivocation by Bill Cain that will blow your mind.”
“In the spring, he appeared in "Equivocation" and in the fall in "9 Circles," both written by Bill Cain.”
“During the audition for "Equivocation," Cain remembers Marker doing a monologue from "Twelfth Night" and asking the actor to take it again, only this time to make it about "outrageous, over-the-top ecstasy.”
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