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    Two For One

    SAG president Melissa Gilbert and AFTRA president John Connolly make the case for consolidation.

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    An Open Brooks

    At the start of the musical The Producers, the audience meets Max Bialystock, a once great hit maker who is now only a legend in his own mind. Dubbing himself "the king of Broadway," Bialystock fondly remembers a time when "everything I touched would turn to gold." Now reduced to ...

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    What's Up With... Fyvush Finkel

    Who he is: An Emmy- and Obie-winning actor, Fyvush Finkel began his career at the age of 9 performing in Jewish theatres in New York City. He currently portrays outspoken teacher Harvey Lipschultz on David E. Kelley's high school drama Boston Public.

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    Amber Benson

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    Strong in Weakness

    David Strathairn can play many levels—including seamy ones—without showy strain.

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    Getting Behind Blue

    How Karen Moncrieff went from soap star to indie film director.

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    Anthony Anderson and Taye Diggs have taken control of their careers, and they encourage other young actors to do the same.

    Hip-hop is riding high with the impressive debut of UPN's new drama Platinum, set against the backdrop of the glamorous hip-hop lifestyle, an Oscar nomination for one of its icons, Queen Latifah, for her supporting role in Chicago, and an Oscar win for Eminem's smash single Lose Yourself ...

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    Rob Zombie

    Who he is: Best known as the lead singer of metal band White Zombie, Rob Zombie isn't content just releasing platinum-selling discs. Zombie used his status to branch out into directing music videos, animation (he collaborated with creator Mike Judge on a sequence in Beavis and Butt-head Do America ...

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    Friends and Family

    When Peter Sollett and Eva Vives, two 1998 graduates of New York University's film school, set out to make a short film they co-wrote called Five Feet High and Rising, about a boy's first kiss on a summer afternoon, they were disappointed by the young performers sent to ...

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    The Business of Showcase

    Actors' showcases tend to get a bad rap in Los Angeles. Audiences have tired of seeing the same scenes played out time and time again by struggling artists. There is one shining exception: Beverly Winwood Presents the Actors Showcase has enjoyed a healthy L.A. run of packed audiences for ...