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    Placing the Face

    "I think history has dictated that there has been more opportunity for women in casting to forge a career than there has been in other arenas," says Mindy Marin, a feature film casting director who began her career on the sitcom "Taxi." "Only recently have those other arenas widened for ...

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    Communion

    Aidan Mathews' "Communion," currently being given its American premiere by Origin Theatre Company, might be considered by some to be old-fashioned.

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    So You Want to Be in Show Business: A Hollywood Agent Shares the Secrets of Getting Ahead Without Getting Ripped Off

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    Women's Theatre Fest Gives Voice, Explores Choices

    To address the controversies sparked by the recent changing of the guard at the Supreme Court and to advocate for Planned Parenthood, Women Center Stage 2005, a multidisciplinary arts festival celebrating women since 1996, will look at issues surrounding the idea of "choice."

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    SAG Candidates Slated, Volleys Begin

    The opening volleys in SAG's fall election have been sounded with the formation of candidate slates for the current leadership's Restore Respect platform and their rivals among the Membership First camp. The most pitched battles will be for seats on the Hollywood board, which represents 54 percent of ...

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    Hollywood Players

    The rapidly evolving video game medium is merging with cinema and attracting top talent.

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    After School Special

    "After School Special," presented by and at the Eclectic Company Theatre, 5312 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Hollywood. Sun. 8 p.m. Aug. 1-Sept. 19. $15. (818) 508-3003.

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    American Idol Winner to be Named Tonight

    The new "American Idol" will be named tonight. Katherine McPhee and Taylor Hicks each performed three songs in last night's sing-off, staged in front of more than 3,000 fans at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood.

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    Golden Globes Stay with Monday Slot for 2007

    The Golden Globe Awards, which this year shifted to a Monday night for the first time, have also staked out a Monday for next year's awards show.