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The patrons plunge in

Interactive ART shows drawing droves

From left, audience members Tali Faber and Naomi Choodnovskiy danced with one of the performers at 'The Donkey Show.' From left, audience members Tali Faber and Naomi Choodnovskiy danced with one of the performers at "The Donkey Show."
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / January 22, 2010

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It was freezing, but a topless, pasties-wearing Tytania couldn’t be stopped. She stormed onto Massachusetts Avenue, providing a preview for 250 people waiting to get into the American Repertory Theater’s smash production of “The Donkey Show.’’ A tow-truck driver passing the ART’s Oberon club near Harvard Square slowed down and shouted out the window when he spotted the actress in character: “Oh, my God.’’ (Full article: 1280 words)

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