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    A Life in the Theatre

    David Mamet's 1977 play, "A Life in the Theatre," was a big contributor to the then-emerging playwright's reputation.

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    Neighborhood Guide

    For many newcomers intimidated by the big bad city the first question is, Do I really need to live in L.A.? Can't I just get a place in one of the many "bedroom" communities ringing the city and commute into town when I have an audition/job/meeting ...

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    Cookin' at the Cookery

    Although she's probably not the best choice physically to play the aged and diminutive jazz-blues singer, Alberta Hunter, there's no question about it: Ann Duquesnay is the catch of the day in "Cookin' at the Cookery."

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    Springsteen, Lavigne, Jones Head Grammy Nominees

    Bruce Springsteen, Norah Jones and Avril Lavigne led the nominations for the music industry's top prize, the Grammy's, on Tuesday.

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    Stiller, Meara to Unite on CBS Sitcom

    Real-life husband and wife Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara will be reunited on screen on the CBS sitcom "The King of Queens."

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    Gilbert Rallying SAG Troops For Big Year Ahead

    The Screen Actors Guild has a lot on its plate for 2003.

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    ASCAP Honors Sondheim

    The man who is perhaps the most honored musical theatre practitioner in history received another accolade last week when ASCAP presented its Richard Rodgers Award to 72-year-old Stephen Sondheim.

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    'Bombay Dreams' Takes in $16M in London

    Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musical "Bombay Dreams" has taken in $16 million at the box office, theater officials said.

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    Sidetracked

    "Sidetracked," presented by Adam Borstein at the Lillian Theatre Performance Lab, 1078 N. Lillian Way, Hollywood. Sun. 7 p.m. Nov. 3-Dec. 15. $10. (323) 697-0244.

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    What's Happening in Chicagoland 12/11

    Bits and bites of Chicago happenings. Check these out!