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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    ROCKIES/SOUTHWEST - Meanwhile in Cedar City, USF has mounted six alternating productions (June 23-Aug. 30). In Hamlet on the indoor Randall stage, Martin Kildare plays the haunted Prince flat out. The Danish storm troopers guarding Elsinore with carbines immediately establish director Howard Jensen's choice of a contemporary

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    " "So if it's hard for mature white actresses,

    " "So if it's hard for mature white actresses, it's that much harder for mature African-American actresses. There are just fewer of us in the business being featured in films or on Broadway."

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    The Language Barrier

    Mark Twain called us two peoples separated by a common language. In the theatre, too, Brits and Yanks "talk different." For

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    Demi Moore Stars with Posey, Harrelson

    Demi Moore is getting her indie vibe on, booking back-to-back starring roles in a family drama and a martial arts movie.

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    Guild, Studios Agree to Informal Talks

    With idled entertainment industry workers and Oscar-nominated actors among the interested observers, striking writers and studios are talking again.

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    Talk Back

    here's an old saying among actors: Get yourself a great agent who will work hard for you, and you'll be driving a BMW in a matter of weeks. Some actors think "Agent X" will beat the bushes until he's blue in the face to get his clients ...

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    If There Is Anything Else You Can Do, You Are Human

    As an actor, one phrase irritates me more than any other. It's worse than, "Don't call us, we'll call you," "You aren't right for the part," and even, "Next!" I heard this phrase during my time in college and graduate school, as well as from fellow ...

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    AFTRA, Producers Reach Tentative Deal

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists reached a tentative three-year deal with studio and network producers early this morning.

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    Cheung Wants to Return to Comedy

    Asian superstar Maggie Cheung remarked Thursday that, for her next project, she'd like to return to her roots and work on a comedy.

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    Women's Theatre Fest Gives Voice, Explores Choices

    To address the controversies sparked by the recent changing of the guard at the Supreme Court and to advocate for Planned Parenthood, Women Center Stage 2005, a multidisciplinary arts festival celebrating women since 1996, will look at issues surrounding the idea of "choice." Now more than ever "we need to ...