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    BAM Next Wave: Loaded With Legit

    An unusually large number of theatrical productions—six in all—have been scheduled for the 2005 Next Wave Festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), the theatre announced last week. Running Oct. 4–Dec. 17, the festival's programming, which also includes music, dance, film, and multimedia, retains its ...

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    WIF Names Holloway as President

    Cecelia Holloway, most recently senior vp diversity at Viacom, will become president of Women In Film Los Angeles beginning this month for a three-year term.

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    Homebody Actors Good for California Business

    Hollywood stars are fighting back against runaway production, though for personal rather than patriotic reasons.

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    'Hairspray' Won't Stay in Vegas

    Producers ofHairsprayat Luxor Las Vegas told the company Monday that the musical would close prematurely this Sunday.

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    Reno Boards 'Margaret'

    Jean Reno has joined the cast of "Margaret," a drama that Kenneth Lonergan wrote and is directing.

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    Welcome to America

    Eight weeks ago, I moved to New York from the U.K. After a long career in England, touring in classic plays for 30 years and working for the National Theatre, I was not rich. Despite appearing in a few films, I was not famous. But I thought I had ...

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    Lowe 'Perfect' for Write Role in TNT Movie

    Rob Lowe is set to star in "A Perfect Day," a TNT original movie, as part of the network's Johnson & Johnson spotlight presentation series.

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    Back to Basic

    Only a few years ago the cable network TNT -- launched by media mogul Ted Turner in 1988 -- was known primarily as the home of nonstop 'Law & Order' reruns and WCW wrestling extravaganzas.

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