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    La Lupe: My Life, My Destiny

    Victoria Lupe Yoli was a poor kid from Cuba whose dad wanted her to be a teacher.

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    B'way, OB Square Off in Drama League Noms

    There was no shortage of critically acclaimed Broadway and Off-Broadway shows this year, and the nominations for the 70th annual Drama League Awards reflect that abundance. At the same time, in what seems to be a significant departure for the esteemed not-for-profit organization, several high-profile productions were left off this ...

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    DON'T PAY TO PLAY.

    DON'T PAY TO PLAY.

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    ACTRA, CBC Ink Deal Through 2005

    After three days of bargaining, Canada's actors union and the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. said Friday they have a new two-year collective bargaining agreement through 2005.

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    Sony Suspends Advertising Executive

    Sony Pictures suspended two advertising executives Thursday for allowing movie ads to feature accolades from a critic who didn't exist.

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    TECHNIQUE: Comprehensive & effective

    TECHNIQUE: Comprehensive & effective method of learning Accents & Dialects including diction, placement, pitch, physicality. Trained under many distinguished teachers including Cicely Berry & dialect guru, Julia Wilson-Dixon. 20 years as a professional actress & coach in Europe.

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    SAG report: Hollywood roles decrease in 2001

    Film and television roles for members of the Screen Actors Guild plummeted 9.3% last year from the previous year, with minority actors making negative gains, according to SAG's 2001 "Employment Statistics Report."

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    Opera Composed by Joplin Is Reborn

    SAN FRANCISCO -- An opera composed by ragtime musician Scott Joplin decades ago has been reborn -- despite the loss of the original score.

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    Golden wake-up calls ring in awards season for nominees

    "I am a 10 o'clock-in-bed kind of girl," Nicole Kidman said.