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    Writers Guilds Get Specific

    The brothers of the pen--Writers Guild East and WGA West--have provided specifics to the agreement which has ended their bitter feud and will lead them back into negotiations on a new film-television

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    CENTERSTAGE: With a Song in Their Hearts

    Passion is the driving force behind most of us who have careers in the arts. Just listen to what the directors who are interviewed in this week's feature story have to say about having passion for the projects they work

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    Almost Famous

    Though the ensemble recognized by SAG includes only four people (Jamie Bell, Julie Walters, Gary Lewis, and Jamie Draven), the performing power of these gifted actors more than fills the screen with emotional fervor. The individual relationships and collective interactions illustrate the very human bonds shared by what could be ...

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    "GUITAR SHOP"

    Jennifer Collins (dir.) is accepting submissions for Guitar Shop, a video for LMU. Shoots Mar. 21. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    MAMET METHOD

    As a polemic against Method acting and its acolytes, "True and False"

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    WELCOME TO L.A : Actors who've made it big and actors who've just made it here describe everything you need to know about the Hollywood initiation period.

    Actors flock to Los Angeles every day for the obvious reasons. Hollywood is the mecca of film and television production. Lively small theatres dot the landscape. Successful Broadway musicals venture out West to the Music Center, the Shubert, or the Pantages. The weather is suitable for tanning and everyone knows ...

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    Obituaries

    Bob Trow, 72, of 'Mister

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    Eight Hall of Famers Named

    The Theater Hall of Fame has announced its 1998 honorees, who will be ceremonially inducted at the Gershwin Theatre on Feb

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    Westside Repertory Closes

    The Westside Repertory Theatre, a familiar outpost on Manhattan's Upper West Side for 29 years, was closed this week by Managing Director Fred Mann. Mann had run the theatre for the past five