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    Critical Response

    Audition feedback is always hard to get--and maybe that's a good thing.

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    Study Analyzes Results of TV Strike

    A strike by writers and actors will cause television viewership to drop by 9 percent this fall, according to an independent study that rates ABC and Fox as best able to weather the storm.

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    AEA: No Union, No Awards

    Actors' Equity Association responded this week to a plan by the League of American Theatres and Producers to institute so-called "Broadway Theatre Awards" for touring shows.

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    NON-UNION TV/VID.ESL ADULT ED SERIES

    Jeremy Nichols (dir.) is accepting submissions for ESL Adult Education TV and Video Series. Shoot starts Apr. in Oakland. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is pay.

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    'Hangover' Orders Double: Graham, Bartha

    Heather Graham and Justin Bartha have joined the cast of Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' "The Hangover," being directed by Todd Phillips.

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    Don't sign with the "other" rep until...

    've always had issues with people who have hazy job descriptions. To me, managers fall into that category. We have close to 120 clients at my agency, and I'd say a third of them have managers. A small percentage of those managers actually bring something to the party. The ...

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    Writers Guild, Producers Hang Tough: Negotiations Move Past 23rd Day Without Agreement

    Negotiators for the Writers Guild of America, East and west and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) met in separate caucuses Tuesday to evaluate proposals exchanged on Feb. 15

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    OBITURARIES

    Brendan Gill, 83, Writer,

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    SDCF Forum Directors Advised to Research Downtown

    Downtown experimental theatre offers exciting opportunities for innovative directors and choreographers‹but they should do research before introducing a brilliant concept to avant-garde producers or artistic

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    Actorfest Returns Oct. 26

    With a little more than a month to go, Actorfest is already seeing its highest percentage of repeat attendees than in any other year, attracting actors from all over the country, including actors traveling from as far as Wisconsin and North Carolina.