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    Masterson Will Play 'Maggie' in Washington

    Mary Stuart Masterson will play Maggie in the Center's revival of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," which runs June 12-July 4 at the Eisenhower Theater.

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    ACTRA Honors Talented Trio

    The Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists Toronto last Friday announced the winners of its 2004 ACTRA Awards.

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    Oscar-Nominated Actor Paul Winfield Dies

    Paul Winfield, an Academy Award-nominated actor who was known for his versatility in stage, film and television roles, including a highly praised 1978 depiction of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., has died. He was 62

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    Strike Ballots Out

    All is not well with the Production-contract negotiations.

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    Backlot Buzz Update

    Jerri! Jerri! The irreverent Comedy Central TV series Strangers With Candy—a parody of those classic "afterschool specials"—folded in 2000. But now the title is moving to the big screen and will lens in the New York City area, June 28-July 30. Amy Sedaris returns as the inimitable Jerri ...

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    Celebration of Gay Artists

    "The Importance of Being Out: A Celebration of the Gay Artist," a panel discussion about the history of gay culture, and the impact that gays and lesbians have had (and will have) on the culture at large, will take place Mon., June 21, from 7:30-9:30 pm at the ...

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    Comedy Pilots Call Channing, Louis-Dreyfus

    Stockard Channing is taking a comedic turn with a starring role in CBS' untitled Christopher Lloyd/Joe Keenan pilot.

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    Jennifer Muller/The Works

    Whatever influences were at work on Jennifer Muller to urge her to choreograph "Ecstatic Poems," they need to be re-examined.

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    ATW Seminar on Tennessee Williams

    The next seminar in the American Theatre Wing's "Working in the Theatre" series will focus on staging and performing in the works of Tennessee Williams. Scheduled for Fri., April 8, from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York ...

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    The Loves of Shakespeare's Women

    Inspired by Sir John Gielgud's one-man show, "The Ages of Man," British film and stage star Susannah York thought, "Why not an 'Ages of Women?'