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    U.S. Theatre Leaders Honored

    Five notables of the American theatre will be honored as Fellows of the American Theatre during ceremonies at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in Washington D.C. on April 29.

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    SAG's Struggles Could Affect Any Walkout

    If solidarity is the key to SAG and AFTRA winning a profitable feature-film and television contract this year, then union leaders really have to man their guns. What's more, they have to make sure the guns are pointing away from their heads, not toward them, which right now seems ...

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    NY Film Critics Lean 'Sideways'

    The New York Film Critics Circle has heavily leaned toward "Sideways," giving the movie its top honor for best film of 2004.

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    An Evening With..... Girl with a Pearl Earring

    Lionsgate Films, BackStage.com and Back Stage West invite you to attend a special advance screening ofGirl with a Pearl Earring

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    Holiday Wishes

    'Malcolm in the Middle' star Bryan Cranston tells us what he's thankful for.

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    Bottom Line Evicted by NYU

    A Manhattan Civil Court judge has ruled in favor of New York University in its eviction proceedings against the Bottom Line, the venerable music venue that has hosted such acts as Bruce Springsteen, Johnny Cash and Miles Davis over the last 30 years.

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    Santasia Reloaded

    "Santasia Reloaded--A Holiday Comedy," presented by and at the Whitmore-Lindley Theatre, 11006 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8:30 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Dec. 5-28. $10. (818) 907-7242.

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    Colorado Company Makes It to New York and Forges Identity

    When a theatre company produces a play based on a movie-especially a classic-the obvious question is why not just see the original?

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    Dance in the Dark

    It's hard to believe it was only a year ago that Oscar producers Richard and Lili Zanuck publicly justified their decision to eliminate dance on the 2000 Academy Awards show by insinuating that viewers aren't interested in dance anymore. During the ensuing media fray, Katie Couric of The ...

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    Only the Sound

    "Only the Sound," Jenny Laird's new play that has just opened at the Chicago Dramatists, is the honest, rural memoir of Nathan, who suffers from a form of multiple sclerosis he inherited from his mother.