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    Vince Vaughn 'Comedy Show' Hits the Road

    Indie distributor Picturehouse has picked up domestic rights to the performance documentary "Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show."

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    Jones Seeks $10M in 'No Country' Lawsuit

    Tommy Lee Jones is suing the makers of "No Country for Old Men" for more than $10 million that the Oscar-winning actor claims he is owed for starring in the 2007 hit crime thriller.

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    Reeve's Children Take Up His Cause

    Christopher Reeve's children are carrying on their dad's crusade: finding a cure for paralysis.

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    The craft

    In one of my first acting classes, the teacher asked us to hear an imaginary sound. We all furrowed our brows, cocked our heads. "No, don't indicate listening," she said. "Really listen!" This was my first understanding of what indicating—and acting—is really all about. I lived in ...

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    New York's Still Tough

    Although the crime may have diminished greatly, New York City remains brutal in many ways. It can be as difficult to get a break in that town as it is to get an apartment for under $1,000 a month.

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    CLEVELAND, OHIO - The Cleveland Play House International Theatre Exchange recently played host to the Hungarian National Theatre in Miskolc and the American premiere of Hungarian playwright Pƒter M†ller's Gloomy Sunday, June 5-7. In turn, The Play House will visit Miskolc and Budapest in June 1999, to perform Steve ...

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    Our View

    Each year on the morning after the Tony Awards, the titans of the American theatre anxiously await the Nielsen ratings for the telecast, a staple of CBS's programming since 1978.

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    Theatre Befriends Computers

    Time-pressured Designers See a Metamorphosis in the