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    NY Talk Shows Struggle for Guests

    Since Sept. 11, television talk shows based in New York are having a tough time filling their couches.

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    Drama Desk Throws a "Party' - MTC Version of Jazz-Age Poem Nets 13 Nominations

    The Drama Desk loves a party, especially one "Wild Party," but not another. Two separate musicals based on the same Joseph Moncure March poem about a debauched, Jazz Age soiree opened this season. The first version, which recently closed at Manhattan Theatre Club Off-Broadway, garnered a total of 13 nominations ...

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    By Janelle

    By Janelle Tipton

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    WGA's Demands Under Fire

    In a setback to the Writers Guild of America's proposals for a new film and television contract, the Directors Guild of America has declared that it is flatly opposed to a WGA contract proposal that would sharply reduce the number of "film by" credits awarded to directors.

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    Producer Sues Vanessa Hudgens for $5 Million

    A music producer has sued Vanessa Hudgens for $5 million, claiming the actress and her father have repeatedly violated a contract and failed to pay him his share of her earnings.

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    Recently, at the Laurie Beechman Theatre at the

    Recently, at the Laurie Beechman Theatre at the West Bank Café, Jamie deRoy & Friends offered a fun-filled show. Hosted by deRoy, each artist sizzled in a show that really cooked. Karen Saunders, Marcus Simeone, and Craig Rubano offered some great vocals. But it was the madcap pairing of Kim Cea ...

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    Broadway Rents Fashion

    New York Fashion Cares teamed up with theatre's rockingest women to assemble "Fashion Rocks Broadway."

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    Pulitzer Sees Light in 'August'

    The Tracy Letts playAugust: Osage County, a blistering familial tragicomedy, was awarded the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for drama Monday.

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    Tribeca Film Festival Gets More Selective

    If you're in an indie looking for screen time at Tribeca, make sure your producer can write a first-rate application.

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    White counsel at SAG; Fair upped

    The Screen Actors Guild has announced that David White of the law firm O'Melveny & Myers will become the guild's general counsel.