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    Exorcist to Punisher

    Pam Dixon caps busy casting year with Artisan comic-book project.

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    Medea

    The Abbey Theatre's striking, hyperactive, raw-boned production of "Medea" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music seems to be, as they say, "torn from the headlines."

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    Alagazam

    "Alagazam," presented by and at the Actors' Gang, 6209 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 10 p.m. Oct. 18-Dec. 21. $12. (323) 465-0566, ext. 15.

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    Kennedy Arts Center Head Thinks Big

    Arts groups should stop bemoaning losses from the slow economy and last year's Sept. 11 attacks and dive into big projects to turn their fortunes around, said Michael Kaiser, president of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

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    Dixon Place Decamps for Home

    After three years housed in the Vineyard Theatre's annex space on East 26th Street, Dixon Place, one of the city's leading performance labs, is homeless yet again. Well, not exactly.

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    VH-1 Pilot Hunts for Stage Moms

    Casting directors Shana Landsburg and Teri Fiddleman will spend the next four weeks searching for stage moms and dads to be featured in a reality series pilot produced by Skybridge Productions for VH-1. Said to resemble the Bravo reality series The It Factor, which follows the lives of actors as ...

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    Five New Yorkers Win Directing, Design Grants from NEA/TCG

    Five New Yorkers have been tapped to receive National Endowment for the Arts/Theatre Communications Group (NEA/TCG) grants of $17,500, enabling early career directors or designers to expand their artistic boundaries and increase their knowledge of their field. Each program is designed to match the recipient's goals.

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    Awake and Sing!

    With great detail, director Louis Contey persuasively establishes the passionately intense tone of the Bergers, a Jewish-American family stuck together in a cramped Bronx apartment.

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    Nat'l Arts and Humanities Month Revs Up

    From Anchorage to Annapolis, from Kennebunkport to Key Biscayne, all 50 states are gearing up to participate in an October tradition: National Arts and Humanities Month.

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    AFTRA, SAG Confidentially Okay Digital

    The Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists appear to have settled a portion of their battle over digital-production jurisdiction.