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    Spot-Pact Ballots Due

    Eligible voters of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) must return their commercial-contract ballots by Mon., Oct. 27.

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    Lifetime Inks Harden to Top 'Young' Movie

    Marcia Gay Harden will star in an upcoming original film for Lifetime.

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    The Skinny

    This week's Skinny contains plenty of scholarships and fellowships, which are readily available for students willing to rise to the head of the class. You don't have to be a Tracy Flick to reap the benefits of a little hard work.

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    Governor Pataki Signs Child-Actor Bill

    Gov. George Pataki has signed the Child Performers Education and Trust Act of 2003, which protects wages and learning for young people working in NY's entertainment industry.

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    Has a funny thing happened to you while on an

    Has a funny thing happened to you while on an audition? On stage? On the set? Backstage? Tell us your story in 250 words. Email it and your headshot to ljacobs@backstage.com or mail to Leonard Jacobs, Associate News Editor, Back Stage, 770 Broadway, 4th Floor, New York, NY ...

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    Kaufman, Jonze give Col Creeps

    Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman are adapting their "Adaptation" talents to the horror genre for Columbia Pictures. Deals are being worked out for the duo to collaborate on an untitled horror film for the studio that Kaufman is writing, with Jonze set to direct.

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    Players, Willis Honored by BTI

    Gerald Schoenfeld, chairman of the Shubert Organization, will lead the presenters at the Broadway Theater Institute's 2003 Awards for Excellence on Mon., Sept. 15 at 7 pm at The Players Club.

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    Non-D

    Beginning with a splinter of an idea -- and inspired by the theme of "beginnings" -- playwright Andrew Irons has crafted a well-structured model of the perfect play.

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    In Short

    Marshall and Snowden to Be Honored with Genies; Free Flu Shots; Town Square Offers Times Square Tours; EST Stages Free Octoberfest Productions

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    Shuberts Taking Steps Toward ADA-Compliance

    More than ten years after the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed by former President George H. W. Bush, the Shubert Organization, Broadway's largest landlord with 16 landmark-protected theatres in its care, is nearing completion of physical modifications to its playhouses in order to make them compliant with ...