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    Clurman (p)

    Like a master class with an accomplished teacher, "Clurman" offers indelible insights both into a theatrical legend and the mysteries of the theatre itself.

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    Job: The Hip-Hop Musical

    When a play credits Old Navy as its costume designer and warns parents of its "biblical content," you know you're in for a wild and wacky show.

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    Staying Invested

    Tax laws are very complicated, and they don't get any less so when applied to retirement issues. There have been some changes made in the new tax laws offering a greater opportunity for saving more money toward your retirement years. Let's take as simple a look as possible ...

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    Play7 lets you see 7 L.A. plays for $77 almost

    Play7 lets you see 7 L.A. plays for $77 almost any time you want (reservations are always recommended).

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    Spot Exec Wary Of Fall Pact Talks

    The Association of Independent Commercial Producers' members work for advertisers and agencies who, this fall, will negotiate a new spot contract with actors. Matt Miller, the AICP's president—seeing flat spot production, a sagging economy, and a war in Iraq—is encouraging both sides to take great care as ...

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    Wing Seminars April 29-May 1

    The American Theatre Wing's free theatre seminars have now been scheduled for the spring.

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    TCG Travel Grant Deadline April 28

    TCG is offering a travel grant program, which will award over a two-year period $2,500 each to a total of 30 theatre professionals.

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    Matrix' Sequel to Premiere at Cannes

    The futuristic sci-fi sequel "The Matrix: Reloaded" will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May, where its filmmakers and stars will walk down the red carpet.

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    SARS Closes Hong Kong Film Forum

    The outbreak of atypical pneumonia, or severe acute respiratory syndrome, which has left 685 people in Hong Kong infected and claimed 16 lives, has forced organizers of the Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum 2003 (HAF) to postpone the event indefinitely.

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    AFTRA/NY Rallies for Live Radio March 27

    The New York Local of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) has planned a rally on Thurs., March 27, from 12:30 to 2 pm in Bryant Park (42nd Street and 6th Avenue) to protest a plan by Clear Channel Communications to take the hometown voices out ...