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    A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN

    Another subtly acted, superbly cast play graces the cramped Knightsbridge Theatre in Pasadena, and yet again, the theatre's lack of respect for production values and inability to make aesthetic choices to complement a play tarnish a would-be masterpiece inexcusably. Here are four actors with an uncommon chemistry that transforms ...

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    UNTITLED INTERNET

    Kelly Cortes (dir.) is accepting submissions for an untitled educational Internet project. Shoot starts Mar. 15. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    "THE DISPUTE AND THE MYSTERIES"

    David Raphael (prod.) is accepting submissions for The Dispute and the Mysteries, a digital feature docudrama about religious disputes and the ancient Near Eastern mystery religions. Shoot starts Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is pay.

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    THE LAST LAUGH

    TV writers Arnold Margolin and Mady Julian know the insane sitcom world of which they write in The Last Laugh, situated in the office of Jay Coffman (Brad Parker), executive producer of the decidedly lame Crime of Your Life, which is the touching story of a private detective and his ...

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    "JITTERS"

    Tom Pankratz (dir.) is accepting submissions for Jitters, a Super 16mm film about a young architect's plan to fulfill a fantasy with his fiancé, which goes awry, jeopardizing his wedding plans. Shoot starts late Feb. in San Francisco. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is some pay.

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    The City God and Godot Peninsula Classics Callback Sacramento 'Tis the Season

    Amidst the frenzy of national politics, San Francisco's theatre companies, like the Energizer bunny, just keep going. And audiences, for the most part, keep coming, thank goodness, although I've been to a few of the smaller houses lately where actors outnumbered patrons.

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    "TARGET: DOWN"

    Kit Davlin and Alex Van Amburg (prod.) are seeking a D.P./camera person, sound crew, makeup artist, and script supervisor for Target: Down, a digital action comedy series for Internet broadcast about a hitman with a conscience and a hacker with a vendetta. Shoot starts early Mar. Copy, credit ...

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    Bologna and Bermuda Perfect Triangle

    "Bermuda Avenue Triangle" brings to life comic monsters that are at once relentlessly funny and just slightly shocking. The spirit is light opera buffoonery with a touch of Grand Guignol. Co-authored by and co-starring Renee Taylor and Joseph Bologna, the play, opening at the Promenade May 11th, details the metamorphoses ...

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    IN SHORT : Town Hall Appoints New Development Director

    Town Hall, a major venue for the performing arts in New York, has recently announced the appointment of Susannah Sard as the Director of Development. Sard replaces Aria Edry, who resigned to embark on a six-month tour of Europe, India, and Southeast Asia. She plans to renew her work as ...

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    Jonathan Larson's Family Sues Two NY Hospitals

    Jonathan Larson's untimely death could have been prevented, says his family, if two New York hospitals had detected his aortic aneurysm in time. The late composer's father, Allan Larson, and his sister, Julie Larson McCollum, have filed a $250 million malpractice suit against Cabrini Medical Center and St ...