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    Robert Whitehead Honored

    Legendary producer Robert Whitehead and his late friend Harold Clurman, co-founder of the Group Theater, were honored on Mon., May 13.

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    Prize Diary

    The past six weeks have been a mad dash of accolade accruing and coverage. As president of the Drama Desk, a voting member of the New York Drama Critics Circle and the Outer Critics Circle, and managing editor of Back Stage, I've been sprinting from theatre to theatre and ...

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    Bloomberg taps Oliver for film post

    New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg tapped into the personnel resources of his own media empire when he named Katherine Oliver as the city's new film, theater and broadcasting commissioner Tuesday morning.

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    TV Mogul Loses Bid in Court Fight

    A judge has denied a bid by Aaron Spelling to keep secret a deposition in his legal battle with a nurse who accuses him of offering her money to "act like a hooker."

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    Performance for One, Please

    With "The Courtesan Tales," NYC poet and performance artist Nicole Blackman aims to create theatre on the most personal level possible: one on one.

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    Mortensen Signs Up for Mobster Film

    Viggo Mortensen is reuniting with director David Cronenberg for the thriller "Eastern Promises."

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    AFTRA to Raise Health Plan Premium

    Daily Variety reports AFTRA will increase premiums and earning requirements for its health plan staring next year. The changes are part of the revamp of its coverage into a four-tiered structure.

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    CLUBS FOR ENTERTAINERS: Words...

    I was dying to join the Friars. All my peers belonged - Jan Murray, Jack Carter, and Milton Berle.

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    Crowe Dumps Cheer-girls From Football Club

    Russell Crowe has revealed a new sensitive side, axing scantily-dressed cheerleaders from his Sydney football club because they make men uncomfortable.