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    After Dark. The Potomac Theatre Project presents

    After Dark. The Potomac Theatre Project presents a series of new and experimental work for night owls. Tonight: City of Glass, adapted by Alex Poe from Paul Auster's novel. Atlantic Stage 2, 330 W. 16th St., Manhattan. 10:45 p.m. Info: www.potomactheatreproject.org.

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    Don't get scammed by an agent, manager, or service.

    Many actors new to town and hungry to succeed make the mistake of trusting illegitimate agents or talent managers. For a small fee, these money-hungry scammers promise actors exposure, roles, and stardom. Too many actors fall for these promises because they don't know what qualities a legitimate agent or ...

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    Armchair Critic

    Forget strip clubs or seedy bars: To celebrate Bob Martin's impending nuptials, his friends gave him the gift of theatre. The couple's friends--headed by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison, writing lyrics and music--decided to stage a mini-musical as a gift.

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    New Stars Shine in 'Hard Candy,' 'Silent Hill'

    One is 11 years old and likes to giggle. The other is 19 and super serious. They would have little in common -- except being touted as rising Hollywood stars.

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    'Genius' Ray Charles Triumphs at Grammys

    Ray Charles' final album, "Genius Loves Company," won a leading eight Grammy awards, including album of the year, record of the year, and pop vocal album.

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    L.A. Women's Theatre Fest Celebrates 12th Year

    Female performers from all different walks of life will come together March 17–20 for the 12th annual Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival. The various pieces this year represent a wide range of voices, from actors and comedians to dancers and singers and beyond. One thing unites these diverse ...

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    West Coast Newswire

    West Coast Newswire 05/05/19

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    The Constant Wife

    The kind of comedy in which rich people sit around in terribly elegant drawing rooms making genteel remarks about each other's adulteries is not exactly the cutting edge nowadays.

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    The Play's the Thing in Valdez

    Established and emerging playwrights from around the nation will converge on Valdez, Alaska, June 18-26 for the 12th annual Last Frontier Theatre Conference, arguably the most important theatrical event in the 49th state—and rapidly making its mark as a significant contributor to the development of U.S. theatre.

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    'Frost/Nixon' Recoups Broadway Investment

    The play by Peter Morgan about the celebrated 1977 interviews between Richard Nixon and David Frost has recouped its $2.5 million investment, producer Arielle Tepper Madover announced Monday.