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    Car Crash, Theft at L.A.'s Lillian Theatre

    On Saturday night, Sept. 2, a car crashed into the Elephant-Lillian Theatre complex on Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood.

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    Latino Film Fest Announces 2007 Lineup

    The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival returns to the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood Oct. 7-14 with a lineup of diverse films from Latin America, Spain, and Mexico.

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    Get Your 2007 USA Talent Directory!

    The USA Talent Directory is the ultimate guide for entertainment professionals, offering contact information for more than 10,000 agencies and casting directors. Order your copy today!

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    Daddy Warbucks Voted 'Richest' Character

    Move over Santa. The red-clad philanthropist has lost the top slot on Forbes magazines' list of the 15 richest fictional characters to defense contractor Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks.

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    Clooney Scopes N.C. Town for Period Film

    On Monday, Oscar-winning actor George Clooney was checking out Salisbury, North Carolina's restored train depot for an upcoming movie called "Leatherheads."

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    "Musicals are for people who are too thick for

    "Musicals are for people who are too thick for opera and too square for pop music," writes Emma Brockes in What Would Barbra Do?: How Musicals Changed My Life. Showing an encyclopedic knowledge of musicals, she recalls her life's journey through the filter of the brash, often gaudy world ...

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    Review: 'The Gentleman from Indiana'

    Despite the best efforts of all involved, James Still's adaptation of Booth Tarkington'sThe Gentleman from Indianacomes off as a bit of a dud.

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    After Dark. The Potomac Theatre Project presents

    After Dark. The Potomac Theatre Project presents a series of new and experimental work for night owls. Tonight: City of Glass, adapted by Alex Poe from Paul Auster's novel. Atlantic Stage 2, 330 W. 16th St., Manhattan. 10:45 p.m. Info: www.potomactheatreproject.org.

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    Don't get scammed by an agent, manager, or service.

    Many actors new to town and hungry to succeed make the mistake of trusting illegitimate agents or talent managers. For a small fee, these money-hungry scammers promise actors exposure, roles, and stardom. Too many actors fall for these promises because they don't know what qualities a legitimate agent or ...

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    Armchair Critic

    Forget strip clubs or seedy bars: To celebrate Bob Martin's impending nuptials, his friends gave him the gift of theatre. The couple's friends--headed by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison, writing lyrics and music--decided to stage a mini-musical as a gift.