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    Keeping the Faith

    Our East Coast colleagues at Back Stage, about two miles north of the demolished World Trade Center, solicited responses from readers all over the country about the attack of Sept. 11. How would this horrific event affect their lives as artists, as Americans, as New Yorkers? Here are some of ...

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    Six By Tenn

    "Six by Tenn," presented by Blue Sphere Alliance at the Lex, 6760 Lexington Ave., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m. June 29-Aug. 4. $15. (323) 930-9304.

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    The Show Must Go On

    The Orpheum Theatre, one of L.A.'s last remaining movie palaces, gets new lease on life.

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    PLAY7 12/12

    Play7 12/12

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    ATTENTION ACTORS:

    24 Hour Call Center

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    CENTERSTAGE: The Cabaret Lure

    The old joke is that if you ask an out-of-towner, "What's cabaret?" they'd tell you that it's a movie starring Liza Minnelli. Okay, maybe people have become a bit more savvy now, so they'll tell you that it's a show running on Broadway, or it ...

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    ACTOR'S TAXES: Credit Is Always Good - In fact, it's the one thing that's better than a deduction.

    Last week, we got into the basics of Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs). The new tax laws that began in 1997 introduced a couple of IRA

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    The Right Way to Sue

    In Ellen Melaver's manic and uneven new comedy, "The Right Way to Sue," Maggie (a convincing Jennifer Morris) is continually losing her newborn daughter.

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    The Caretaker

    "The Caretaker," presented by Renaissance Theatre Company at 6th @ Penn Theater, 3704 6th Ave., Hillcrest. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Mar. 16-Apr. 14. $15-20. (619) 688-9210.

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    The Year In Quotes

    Back Stage West brings you a survey of our most memorable quotes