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    Bogosian, Orlandersmith Win Guggenheim

    Playwrights Eric Bogosian, Dael Orlandersmith, and Timberlake Wertenbaker are three recipients of the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowships this year.

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    AFTRA Petitions Senate

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) continues to challenge Congress' efforts to place heavy fines for indecency on broadcasters and on-air artists. The union considers such legislation unconstitutional.

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    Helmer Davis on Watch for Dis' 'Guardian'

    Holes" helmer Andrew Davis has dug up a new directing gig at the Walt Disney Co., signing on to helm the drama "The Guardian."

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    Theatre Artists Tapped to Travel

    Imagine what it would be like to travel to Russia or to Eastern or Central Europe to share ideas and work with theatre artists who emerge from totally different cultural traditions. If you were one of the fortunate handful chosen by Theatre Communications Group (TCG) to receive a TCG/ITI ...

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    Ragtime

    "Ragtime," presented by Cabrillo Music Theatre at the Fred Kavli Theatre for the Performing Arts at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks. Thu.-Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 2 & 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. Mar. 26-Apr. 4. $14-38. (805) 449-2787.

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    Father Charged with Shooting 'E.R.' Actor

    An elderly Queens man was charged with attempted murder Monday in the shooting of his son, an actor who has appeared on episodes of "ER" and "The Drew Carey Show."

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    Secret Lab OKs Agreement with IATSE

    Digital artists at the Secret Lab have overwhelmingly ratified a collective bargaining agreement negotiated by IATSE and the Secret Lab, IATSE president Tom Short said Monday.

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    Johnny Guitar

    Parody musicals are all the rage these days, with the recently closed "Urinetown" being the prime example of a hit written from an ironic and twisted viewpoint.

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    Two Memorials For Spalding Gray

    Two memorials are planned for the late monologist Spalding Gray, who apparently took his own life in January. His body was discovered in the East River on Sun., March 7. He had been missing since Jan. 10.

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    Stoppard Makes Rare U.S. Appearance

    Playwright Tom Stoppard is making a rare appearance in the United States Wednesday night in a one-on-one discussion with New York Times reporter Mel Gussow.