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    Home Grown

    Everything's coming up frantic for self-assured director Michael Mayer these days--but frantic in a good way, if one considers a skyrocketing career and rapturous critical acclaim good things.

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    Address Unknown

    The epistolary play is a familiar if not always dynamic dramatic format.

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    Judge to SAG pair: No Suit for You

    A federal judge has refused to allow two SAG members to sue the guild for conflict of interest over allowing some officers to simultaneously serve in AFTRA.

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    Having a Voice

    Dear Tombudsman: I met with a non-SAG Los Angeles agency that is interested in repping me for voiceovers. I have no experience in VOs. The agency offered to help me make my VO demo and put it on its agency house reel for a total of $600.Is this a ...

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    Immortality

    While the young among us may famously think they're immortal, by the time we hit 40 or so, that belief has usually evaporated.

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    Committee Considers Tony Eligibility

    Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines: The race for the 2004 Tony Awards is shifting into high gear.

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    Review: 'Cyrano de Bergerac'

    Is any so-called classic more in need of cosmetic surgery than Edmund Rostand's melodramaticCyrano de Bergerac?

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    'Into the Wild' Leads Critics' Choice Noms

    Sean Penn's adventure tale "Into the Wild" garnered the most Critics' Choice award nominations, including best picture, actor, and director.

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    DGA Locks Down Deal

    The DGA has accomplished in six days what the WGA hasn't in six months: secured a satisfactory deal from studio reps.

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    Playhouse's Epps Honored by Irvine

    Sheldon Epps, artistic director of the Pasadena Playhouse, has received one of six 2007 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Awards.