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    Corrections

    Phone-tag confusion led to our rewriting history in the April 28 review of "Our Lady of Sligo." De Valera most certainly was not England's prime minister. He was a leader of Sinn Fein and became, in 1932, president of the Irish Free

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    Miller, Sondheim Dominate Olivier Awards

    Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Miller were big winners Friday at the Olivier Awards, dominating the honors with shows that have been around for decades.

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    Shakespeare & Co. Leaving The Mount

    LENOX, Mass The Shakespeare & Co. theater group, which has been performing at the former home of writer Edith Wharton for 25 years, is leaving at the end of this year.

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    THE SKRIKER

    Santa Monica. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 5:30 p.m. Mar. 9-Apr. 15.

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    Dinner Party, The

    At Neil Simon's "The Dinner Party," sadness and missed opportunities are being served up as the main dishes.

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    (dues paying Co.) will be holding general

    (dues paying Co.) will be holding general auditions for membership on Sunday April 29. Call 626-791-2038

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    1776

    "1776," presented by Reprise! Broadway's Best at UCLA Freud Playhouse, Macgowan Hall, UCLA, Westwood. Tues.-Fri. 8 p.m. Sat. 2 & 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Sept. 4-Sept. 16. $55-60. (310) 825-2101.

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    Alvin Ailey to Get New NY Theater

    Tucked among hundreds of pages of city expenses proposed by Mayor Rudolph Giuliani for fiscal year 2001 was a one-line pledge of $7.5 million to build a colossal Manhattan home for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

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    First Impressions

    So, you're in Los Angeles, you've trained, perhaps you've secured representation, you have amazing photographs and a decent resumé. Now how do you make contact with casting directors? When? And what are the rules of engagement? According to Jeff Gerrard (CD, animated features, commercials, industrials, and films ...

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    Bat Chat: An Interview with Deven May

    Deven May, aka: Bat Boy, talks to BackStage.com about his reaction to the recent events as an actor, a New York transplant, and a flying mammal.