“Edgar & Annabel” and “Far Away,” ion theatre company’s current double bill, has us locked into a future of worldwide oppression and conflict, which is precisely what won’t transpire in human history. But the production values transcend all that in this very well-crafted piece of theater.

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Maybe Circle Circle dot dot needs to get more specific in its references to the city it seeks to portray and reflect. Even so, its “San Diego, I Love You, 2.0” features two very good performances in this story about military life and a couple’s sacrifice within it. The scrappy company understands that theater is a terribly public act, and its site-specific approach isn’t lost on an art form that’s been embracing community-based performance forever.

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