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Critic's Picks

The Light Fantastic, Jackalope Theatre at the Broadway Armory, extended through June 30. You have just one more weekend to see Ike Holter's exorcist-scary outsmart-the-devil parable whose playbill credits include a "ghost wrangler." MSB

Bat-Hamlet, Corn Productions at the Cornservatory, through July 14. Balmy summer nights welcome the return of the Dark Knight, back to reclaim Gothick from the murderous usurpations of the effete Jester and his henchmen. MSB

Guards at the Taj, Steppenwolf Theatre, through July 22. Rajiv Joseph's beautiful and brutal tale centers on two guards assigned to stand sentry over the grand unveiling of the Taj Mahal. Set in 1648, the two-hander explores the haunting intersection between the sacred and the barbarous. CES

From the Mississippi Delta, Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre, through July 1. Dr. Endesha Mae Holland's captivating and moving drama is filled with steel and grit. From impoverished rural Mississippi to the halls of academia, Holland's autobiographical drama spins out like a rich tapestry. It will make your heart happy. CES

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