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    Brit Dancers May Await Pensions

    (The Stage) LONDON—Ballet dancers will face years of financial crisis when they retire, following new government plans to stop them drawing a pension before 55—20 years after their average retirement age.

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    Keira Knightley Donates Oscar Gown to Charity

    Britain's Keira Knightley has donated the Vera Wang dress she wore at the ceremony to Oxfam to raise money for their work in East Africa.

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    Woo: No Actors Flying by Wire in His Film

    John Woo is dipping into the popular Chinese historical genre with his latest project, "The War of the Red Cliff," but won't be zinging his actors around the screen on cables.

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    Malick, Perlman Joining Pilots

    Wendie Malick has been tapped to guest star as the female lead in the WB Network's untitled Ross McCall/Aaron Peters comedy pilot, Emmy winner Rhea Perlman will co-star in CBS' comedy pilot "Stroller Wars.

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    Making Honey Her Own

    Mireille (pronounced "mee-ray") Enos is keenly aware that she both physically and vocally resembles Sandy Dennis, the late actress who played Honey in the 1966 film version of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Yet the 29-year-old Houston native refuses to be fazed by any comparisons that audiences may make.

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    Valparaiso

    "Valparaiso," presented by Meredith Anne Patt at the Sacred Fools Theater, 660 N. Heliotrope Dr., Hollywood. Tues.-Wed. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m (Apr. 13). Mar. 25-Apr. 23. $10. (310) 281-8337.

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    Richard Daniels: This Night

    A warm, imposing presence, Richard Daniels is a large, heavily muscled man, attractive in a classically proportioned yet hearty, nonaristocratic way.

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    Peters Misses 'Gypsy' Performances

    Bernadette Peters is battling a respiratory infection that has forced her to miss four performances this week.

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    Networks Preparing Major Lineup Changes

    Primetime's biggest nights could be due for a shake-up when the fall schedules are unveiled this month.

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    Bergman Receives Film Preservation Award

    Ingmar Bergman was honored Monday for his work in preserving and restoring aging color films.