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    Cover Story

    "Cover Story," presented by College Dance Theatre at the Herald Examiner Building, 1111 South Broadway, Downtown L.A. Sat. 7 & 9:30 p.m., Sun. 5 & 7:30 p.m. May 4-19. $15-25. (323) 655-8587.

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    Runaway Panel Fizzles

    (BPI) The promised politicians, both the elected Washington politicos and the would-be Hollywood pols running for positions at the Screen Actors Guild, who were scheduled to appear in New York Monday night at a panel sponsored by SAG and the Creative Coalition, didn't make it. Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N ...

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    "DEMONS"

    Donald Kinney (prod.) is accepting submissions for Demons, a 16mm contemporary American folk tale set in a Midwestern rural town. Dir. Robert Kinney. Two-week shoot starts May 1 in Knoxville, TN. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    BC/EFA Releases 2001 Annual Report

    The 2001 annual report of BC/EFA is the latest in a string of industry barometers showing the events of Sept. 11 clearly challenging philanthropic organizations.

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    New Columbia University Theatre Space Announced

    The 180-seat Theatre of the Riverside Church, located within walking distance of the campus of Columbia University, will become the main performance facility used by the Oscar Hammerstein II Center for Theater Studies, according to an announcement issued last week. The announcement coincided with a Wed., Oct. 16 ribbon-cutting ceremony ...

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    Rut-Busting Comedy

    Whether you're a stand-up or an audience member, once you've found clubs you like, it's easy to become pleasantly lulled into a comedy rut. You could, however, be missing out on other roads (or, in New York, subway lines) less traveled, leading to great venues, performances, and ...

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    Seasons' Greetings

    Yes, we have seasons in Southern California. They're just not easy to recognize. Sunny days, year in and out, have made us a town in which the easiest job is that of weather forecaster and the hardest that of theatre marketing director, whose task it is to convince subscribers ...

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    'Big Fat Greek Wedding' Moves to TV

    "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," this year's surprise box-office hit, is moving the celebration to television.

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    Report Maps Filming Risks

    Risk taking and feature filmmaking have long gone hand in hand, but a recent report by insurance broker Aon/Albert G. Ruben tries to capture the actual physical risks.

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    Writers Decry Bonus System

    A consensus has emerged from a round table of prominent entertainment writers that bonuses tied to credits is a flawed system that may require Writers Guild of America involvement to change the system.