When playwright Christopher Durang tells you the sky is falling, you better believe it. His latest satire, Miss Witherspoon, might have been titled "Steven Spielberg Meets the Afterlife" if he had chosen a better-known protagonist. But Durang has chosen Witherspoon, actually a very-depressed Veronica in a previous life, and she has the colossal task of reincarnating until she gets things right. Toss in Rex Harrison, Arianna Huffington, and a band of Tibetan terrorists - don't forget that prophetic chicken! - and you have some idea of the craziness Miss Witherspoon (runner-up for the Pulitzer Prize) embraces during multiple takes on living.