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    Key West Fest Forsakes Quality for Audience Size

    The Key West Theatre Festival seems to be involved in an ongoing game of "Monopoly." For the past two years, it had taken two steps forward, offering some challenging new works, but this year's Festival effort has stumbled a bit and taken a step backward.

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    Corrections

    Our July 6 Washington, D.C. "Regional Roundup" stated incorrectly that the D.C. area West End Dinner Theater had lost its lease and was closing its doors. West End is alive and well and currently presenting "Late Nite Catechism." Upcoming productions include "A Christmas Carol" and "Joseph and the ...

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    Glover to Receive Humanitarian Award

    Actor and human rights activist Danny Glover will be the fifth recipient of the Marian Anderson Award, which honors artists whose leadership benefits humanity.

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    Fantastickal Troubles Longest-Running Musical Faces Uncertainty

    Time has marched on, but age and custom have so far failed to wither the charms of "The Fantasticks," Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt's modest little one-set Off-Broadway musical at the Sullivan Street Playhouse. Within the next month it will play its 17,000th performance, a feat no other ...

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    League Releases Economic Study

    2000-01 Season Pumps $4.42B into NYC; Producers' Costs Soar

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    A View From The Bridge

    "A View From the Bridge," presented by International City Theatre at the Center Theater at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center, 300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. Apr. 27-May 20. $27-35. (562) 436-4610.

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    Sunday, Bloody Sunday: Three B'way Shows to Close

    Having failed to snag any of the more important Tony Award nominations, "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," "The Gathering," and "Judgment at Nuremberg" all posted closing notices Mon., May 10, only hours after the nominations were announced.

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    Work It Out

    According to casting director Kimberly R. Hardin, an actor's job is to bring himself to the material. "An actor can only do his take on it," she said. Then her job is to make that fit within the concept of the film: "One of the most important things about ...

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    California State University, Long Beach

    Film & Electronic Arts Dept.