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    If you have any problems with any of our casting

    If you have any problems with any of our casting listings, or if anyone has misrepresented him or herself in any of the notices, we want to know about it. Notify us in writing (c/o Back Stage Casting, 770 Broadway, 4th fl., NYC 10003, Attn: Casting Complaints) and we ...

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    Berry Can't Escape 'Catwoman' During Award

    Halle Berry had to write "I will not make 'Catwoman II'" on a chalkboard four times to earn her pudding pot as Harvard's Hasty Pudding woman of the year.

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    Sony Buys Movie Rights to Clarke's Book

    Former counterterrorism adviser Richard Clarke's best-selling book may soon be a movie. Sony Pictures Entertainment has purchased the film rights to "Against All Enemies."

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    Chi Venue Closures Spur Mayoral Action

    The League of Chicago Theatres and the office of Mayor Richard M. Daley held unprecedented meetings last week with city commissioners, department heads, and the leaders of individual Off-Loop theatres, all in the wake of November theatre closings by the city Department of Revenue's enforcement of Public Place of ...

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    Back Stage will close its office on Mon. Feb. 16

    Back Stage will close its office on Mon. Feb. 16 for President's Day. The deadline for casting notices for the Feb. 20 issue will be Fri. Feb. 13 at 2PM.

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    he current focus of Schwimmer's passion is the

    he current focus of Schwimmer's passion is the upcoming Broadway revival of Herman Wouk's The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, slated to open at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre May 7. "I look for roles that are very different from the previous characters I've played," he says. And so, unlike ...

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    Drama Desk Critics Pick 'History' & 'Chaperone'

    Alan Bennett's 'The History Boys' and the musical 'The Drowsy Chaperone' were named best of the 2005-06 season by the New York Drama Critics Circle on May 11 at the offices of Time Out New York.

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    ABC Reorders Sitcoms

    ABC has picked up "Super Millionaire" for a second limited run during the May sweep.

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    The Pagans

    "The Pagans" is an absorbing but overplotted offering depicting the now familiar world of the dysfunctional Irish peasant, replete with abuse, drunkenness, and outrageous family strife.

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    The Osgood Schlatter Show

    "The Osgood Schlatter Show" is a scattershot night of sketch comedy, with everything ranging from Mensa bits to dead-baby jokes.