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    ichael Douglas knew he was a part of something spe

    ichael Douglas knew he was a part of something special from the first day he showed up to work on Traffic, a film directed by Steven Soderbergh and based on Stephen Gaghan's original screenplay about the complicated and failing war on illegal drugs. Douglas arrived on the set, located ...

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    "Oklahoma!" Redo K.O.'d by Rodgers And Hammerstein

    The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization recently refused to extend a non-traditional production of "Oklahoma!" in Atlanta. The action brings into focus important issues involving directors' rights to reinterpret classics, especially the reasonable limits to rewriting and/or adding

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    COLUMBUS/CINCINNATI - Ohio's three outdoor historical dramas, which use Equity actors in key roles, are among the most popular in the country each

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    Equity to Enter Merge Talks With SAG, AFTRA

    As the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) enter the final furlong in their long journey toward merger, Actors' Equity has begun making overtures about joining the union

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    NEWS WIRE - Evidence Loses Space

    The Evidence Room has been told to pack its bags and vacate the 5,000-square-foot Culver City location it has occupied for the past three years, according to the theatre company's director, Bart De Lorenzo.

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    "...SKETCH SHOW"

    Chris Berube (dir.) is accepting submissions for Yet Another Orange County Sketch Show. Rehearsals start Feb. 9. Performances run May 12-June 2 at the Second Stage. There is no pay.

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    SPOTLIGHT ON SUMMER TRAINING 2000: Dance - Choose Your Beat for the Heat

    Whether you're looking to steal away to a mountain dance retreat and sharpen specific skills, head West for an L.A.-style primer in "the biz," or study alongside professionals in the heart of New York City, summer programs offer you the chance to build skills, connections, and focus ...

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    CLUB TALENT

    Club talent notices are open to union and non-union performers as they do not fall under union

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    "XIRA"

    Colin Plank (prod.) is accepting submissions for Xira, a digital short about four teen popstar superhero girls who kick ass and rock. Four-day shoot starts Mar. 9. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    DANCE DIARY: American Ballet's Dream Program

    A recent American Ballet Theatre program could have been a balletomane's dream: Anton Dolin's "Variations for Four," The "Pas de Deux" from Act I of Romeo and Juliet, choreographed by Kenneth MacMillan; a world premiere called "Without Words," by Nacho Duato, and Anthony Tudor's Gala