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    Heaven

    "Heaven," presented by and at the Sacred Fools Theater, 660 N. Heliotrope Dr., Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m. Nov. 14-Dec. 21. $15. (310) 281-8337.

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    Drama Dispatch: Nov. 10, 2003: 'Wicked'; 'The Long Christmas Ride Home'; 'Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks'

    What happened in Oz before Dorothy and her house dropped in? A new musical deconstructs the Oz mythology and provides star-making opportunities for Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel. Plus Paula Vogel examines family holiday-time pressures and summer stock makes a winter visit.

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    Guthrie Theatre Ogles $25M Bond Issue

    Although, as of press time, the Minnesota Legislature had not yet voted for a $216 million capitol investment-bonding bill, which includes a $25 million allocation for the Minneapolis-based Guthrie Theater, the odds are pretty good that it will happen, suggests James Morrison, a Guthrie Theater spokesman. More striking, Gov. Tim ...

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    Temp Agencies

    If you find L.A. is a little more expensive than you originally planned and you have to find a way to make rent while you're visiting, the following temporary employment services can be a solution.

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    U.S. Eyeing Complaints Against Modeling Agencies

    U.S. authorities are looking into charges that agencies representing celebrities have conspired to cheat their clients by charging inflated commissions and expenses.

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    Horror Vacui

    Though noted on the program as a "work-in-progress," "Horror Vacui" actually covers very familiar territory in a familiar way -- the French farce.

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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.