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    Carolyn Hennesy Pretty Funny

    I adore funny women. Each is funny in her own way. One thing you can almost say across the board, however, is that funny women rarely, if ever, remind you of Jackie Kennedy. The whole notion of combining emotional reserve and classic beauty with comedy almost seems antithetical. Usually the ...

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    "2ND CHANCE"

    Michael J. Holland (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for 2nd Chance. Prod. Bill Wynn. Performances run Apr. 3-29 at the Stella Adler Theatre. There is some pay.

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    Equity Members Yea Disney Pact

    Actors' Equity Association members working at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., have ratified a new four-year contract that includes pay raises and bonuses.

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    Gypsy

    "Gypsy," presented by Saddleback Civic Light Opera at the McKinney Theatre, Saddleback College, 28000 Marguerite Parkway, Mission Viejo. Thu.-Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 3 & 8 p.m. (Also Wed. Aug. 11, 8 p.m.) July 29- Aug. 15. $24-30. (949) 582-4656.

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    AFTRA Dues Up for Vote

    AFTRA's less than rosy financial situation will come to a head later this month at its national convention, where delegates are expected to vote on a pair of dues increases for the guild's 77,000 members.

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    'Blonde' Adds More Color with Miller

    Penelope Ann Miller has joined the cast of "Blonde Ambition," a loose remake of the 1988 film "Working Girl" being directed by Scott Marshall and starring Jessica Simpson.

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    Sci-fi Thriller Set to 'Infest' Movie Theatres

    Rogue Pictures and Random House Films have picked up the rights to Scott Sigler's upcoming thriller novel "Infested" and its untitled sequel.

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    Crew Who's Who -- Part Two

    This week we are picking up where we left off in my brief explanation of who does what on a film set. As I said last month, there are innumerable variations on these basics from film set to film set, and nothing printed here should be taken as law.

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    More Hollywood Remakes Cast Minorities

    When Jackie Gleason was growing up in Brooklyn in the 1930s, many of his neighbors were Irish and working-class. Today, the residents remain mostly working-class, but almost all are black.