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    To Join or Not To Join? The New Actor's Dilemma

    Anyone who wants to be a serious actor in this town will need to join that benevolent behemoth known as the Screen Actors Guild. A fractious and sprawling organization made up of 118,000 members, SAG includes everyone from the Tom Cruises and Michelle Pfeiffers of the world to bit ...

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    Eisen Sues Goodspeed

    Veteran New York press representative Max Eisen has filed a complaint against Connecticut-based Goodspeed Musicals for breach of contract and failure to pay him for services.

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    Gioia Touts New NEA Budget

    Dana Gioia, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), last week brought to Congress President Bush's request for $139.4 million in NEA funding for FY2005, and updated lawmakers on the agency's progress.

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    Acting Out Loud

    Acting should never be a passive job, according to Holly Hunter. It's one filled with responsibility and calls to action.

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    Welcome to L.A. -- The First of the Firsts

    Ask an industry insider--or 20, as we did--where the concept of pilot season originated, and he or she may look at you as if you are asking why men have nipples

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    CASTING

    Sande Alessi Casting is accepting submissions for an untitled New Zealand feature film for Disney. Dir. Andrew Adamson. Shoot starts June 26 for up to four months in New Zealand. Travel and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    All Is Almost Still

    The fact that the play's three characters remain nameless should be a tip-off.

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    A Raisin in the Sun

    More than 40 years after its Broadway premiere, Lorraine Hansberry's "A Raisin in the Sun" retains the power to move and inspire.

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    Young Zombies in Love

    The frenetic "Young Zombies in Love" boasted a gaggle of talented, loose performers who ultimately proved irresistible.

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