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Chris Heller leads this week’s arts section with a look at the ugly legal battle brewing between the owners of the former Riot Act Comedy Theater, which reopened as the game-centric Penn Social this month. Chris Klimek looks at the handful of shows at this year’s Capital Fringe Festival that deal with the Occupy Wall Street movement. Trey Graham reviews the controversial remount of Mike Daisey‘s The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, and concludes the spell’s been broken. And Tricia Olszewski reviews The Queen of Versailles and Ruby Sparks, films that flip two female archetypes: the trophy wife and the manic pixie dream girl.