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    Actors' Equity Association and the International

    Actors' Equity Association and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees are challenging the outcome of a union election held in Lyndhurst, N.J., in late September. Employees of Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, a national company that stages reenactments of knightly battles and other things evocative of the Middle Ages ...

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    Obituaries

    Quentin Crisp, 90, Writer and

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    Cultural $$ Hearing Set by City Council

    The New York City Council on Wed., May 20 will hear comments from the public on proposed cuts to the city Department of Cultural Affairs' 1999

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    IN FLAGRANTE GOTHICTO

    Like Catherine Earnshaw or Jane Eyre, the Gothic heroine is a character of passion and adversity in classic novels of love and loss. And the season opener for the nomadic Circle X Theatre Company proves a hilarious romp through love, lust, and duty with this story of an insolent young ...

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    Kathy Bates to Receive Pickford Honor

    Her ankle-twisting antics in "Misery" earned her an Oscar. Now Kathy Bates is being recognized for her 35-year career in entertainment with the Mary Pickford Award.

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    Auditions at a Glance

    Thursday, May

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    TV Season Holds Out For a Hero

    The first week of the 2007-08 TV season has left industry observers concerned about the absence of a breakout series. Only two new shows, "Bionic Woman" and "Private Practice," have gotten out of the gate with enough ratings momentum to reach potential hit status.

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    Artistic Director: Artist or Manager? A Vet Panel Enlivens a Theater Resources Unlimited Roundtable

    On a recent November evening, an audience largely made up of small theatre companies' artistic and managing directors met eagerly Off-Broadway, in Studio A of the John Houseman Theater. Seeking information and inspiration, they turned to six experienced colleagues: Todd Haimes (Roundabout Theatre), Linda Key (Six Figures Theatre Company), Robert ...

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    Gov. Davis Opens Runaway War Chest

    California Gov. Gray Davis joined the battle against runaway production on May 15, unveiling a proposed budget that includes the allocation of more than $50 million during the next three years "to stem the loss of jobs and production in the entertainment industry to other states and