The ostensible subject of ''Tatjana in Color,'' an adventurous historical drama by Julia Jordan, is the inner life of adolescent girls. Set in in Neulengbach, a small Austrian town 20 miles from Vienna, it is based on an episode in the life of the artist Egon Schiele, who was jailed for obscenity for using an under-age girl as a nude model. Jordan's play, written in and being presented for the first time in New York by the Culture Project at 45 Bleecker Street, depicts the circumstances of Schiele's arrest and his subsequent release when suspicions he had raped the girl were unproved. But Schiele, then a year-old iconoclast and libertine and played by Glenn Fitzgerald with appropriately pretentious self-regard, is actually a minor character in the play. Instead, the busy Ms.
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