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    On a Search for Style

    Becoming a singer, as too many aspiring cabaret hopefuls fail to notice, is not simply a matter of having a good voice. That's a helpful beginning, of course, but there's more to it.

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    SAG Plenary Will Test Pisano, Agents

    The Screen Actors Guild plenary session this weekend could prove a major test of power within the guild board of directors, as well as the union's future relationship with its own CEO Robert Pisano, and with talent agents.

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    Obituaries

    Virginia Mayo (1920–2005), Ruth Warrick (1916-2005)

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    Civilization

    "Civilization," presented by Christopher Brewster at the Chandler Studio, 12443 Chandler Blvd., N. Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m. June 18-July 31. $15. (818) 769-4088. ) 351-3507.

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    The Death of Griffin Hunter

    "The Death of Griffin Hunter," presented by and at Theatre of NOTE, 1517 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood. Thu.-Sat. 8 p.m. Sept. 17-Oct. 31. $15. (323) 856-8611.

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    'Bride and Prejudice' Makes Dazzling London Premiere

    Exotic fairy light garlands and Indian drummers in traditional tunics brought Bollywood to Britain with the world premiere of "Bride and Prejudice," an adaptation of Jane Austen's classic tale.

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    Actors to Aid $1M Arts Fund for Citizen Action

    Americans for the Arts has formed a new not-for-profit $1 million fund to activate citizens nationwide in advocacy support of the arts.

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    The Skinny

    Summer is upon us. Blockbuster movies, stale reruns, interminable heat, and plenty of outdoor grilling are the activities du jour. It's also a notoriously slow time for production. But fear not, the Skinny will be here, week in and week out, bringing you the latest news—such as the ...

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    Open Heart

    It only takes a minute. These are the 60 seconds between life and death that Robby Benson as creator-performer wishes to explore in this 90-minute musical.

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    Pyretown

    At the beginning and end of this artfully naturalistic two-hander by John Belluso, Dostoyevsky is used as a bookend motif.