Baby dolls, made as they are of plastic and rubber, are easily damaged. Of course so are humans, who keep exposing their flesh, blood and raw emotions, as seen in “Reborning,” Zayd Dohrn’s twisted, but surprisingly involving drama about love, loss and the crutches we invent to start over.

The play is receiving its Southeastern Florida premiere at Delray Beach’s Arts Garage, where director Keith Garsson is spending his first season creeping out the audience. Particularly affected this time will be those who suffer from a condition known as pediophobia, a fear of dolls. (Go on, look it up.)
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