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Most people find wandering into an alternate universe a disconcerting experience. For schlubby slacker Shlemiel (Thomas Howley), waking up in a mirror image of the town of Chelm proves a boon for his love life and his attitude in general in the slapstick haimish musical "Shlemiel the First," directed with a smile and a schmear by Nick Olcott and Michael Russotto at Theater J.