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    Hewitt Sued by Former Management Firm

    The lawsuit against Jennifer Love Hewitt alleging breach of contract reads like a Hollywood treatment.

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    The Coast of Utopia and Spring Awakening dominated the 61st annual Tony Awards on June 10, winning the most trophies in their respective categories, including best play, for Utopia, and best musical, for Spring Awakening. Utopia's seven Tonys broke the record for most wins by a play, and Spring ...

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    'Wife' Betrothed to Cinema Guild

    The Cinema Guild has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Frederic Fonteyne's "Gilles' Wife," an adaptation of Madeleine Bourdouxhe's 1937 novel about a young wife who suspects her husband is having an affair.

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    Weight of the World

    David Strathairn fights off a guilty grin when asked the question: Do you frustrate your agents? With proud defiance he answers, "I suspect I've frustrated them," then after a brief pause, adds, "a lot." When asked for details, he shares a few conversations his agents have had about or ...

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    Showing Your True Colors

    The fall colors are in, but we're not talking about fashions or foliage. Color headshots are steadily becoming more popular in the entertainment industry, already ubiquitous on the West Coast and now catching on here in the East.

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    Arts Congress Focuses on Service

    New York's arts service organizations need a single database resource; should look to better communicate so they can avoid duplicating services and improve the sharing of information; and should consider expanding one-to-one mentorships.

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    SKiNNY

    As the Broadway season races into the final stretch, a transferred show seeks understudies with strong stomachs and a taste for blood. Twyla Tharp revs up for next season with her Bob Dylan show, and Molly Ringwald is ready to don her dancing shoes.