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    Super Bowl Wants Only Young Dancers

    Mick Jagger and his bandmates may be nearing senior citizenship, but Super Bowl planners only want people 45 and younger.

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    Paranormal Pilot 'Meant' for CBS

    Producer Glenn Gordon Caron is looking to follow up his hit NBC series "Medium" with another paranormal drama featuring a female lead.

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    Lifetime Adds Priestley to 'Side' Pilot

    Jason Priestley, Christopher Gartin and Diana-Maria Riva have been cast in the Lifetime drama pilot "Side Order of Life."

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    Underwood, George, Weist 'In Treatment' for HBO

    Blair Underwood, Melissa George and Oscar winner Dianne Wiest have been tapped to co-star opposite Gabriel Byrne in HBO's half-hour drama "In Treatment."

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    Stiller to Direct TV Comedy Starring Taylor

    Ben Stiller is teaming with CBS for a comedy project to star his wife, actress Christine Taylor.

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    'Rachel Corrie': Irrational Fear or Rational Prudence?

    In this corner: a theatre that postpones a controversial play, fearing the play's facts aren't straight and that it might inflame political tensions. And in this corner: a growing group that believes, despite explanations to the contrary, that the postponement is due to censorship and cowardice. No hitting ...

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    Stubborn SAG Wants Merger

    The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) national board of directors has overwhelmingly recommitted itself to consolidation with the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).

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    New Perspectives on Changing Theatre Spaces

    By now, most of the New York theatre community is aware that 750 Eighth Ave. (the home of McHale's Restaurant) will be torn down. The building also houses five theatres, including the New Perspectives Theatre Company, which I founded 15 years ago. At first we believed we could all ...

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    e're not going to say it's easy to be great on a

    e're not going to say it's easy to be great on a good show, but, well, having a good show certainly helps. Give it up for Stockard Channing, then, who was undeniably great on CBS's Out of Practice, a show that never quite jelled the way it ...

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    DGA, Producers Guild Announce Nominations

    The Clint Eastwood film "Million Dollar Baby" and the Martin Scorsese film "The Aviator" are each flying high now that the Producers Guild of America and the Directors Guild of America have announced their nominees for the best work in film during 2004.