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    The One-Act Takes Center Stage

    The one-act play has had a curious life in American literature. For the playwright, this most diminutive of dramatic forms has traditionally offered little in terms of commercial potential, critical acclaim, or even peer acknowledgement. Few one-acts have won the Pulitzer Prize or the Tony Award for Best Play. The ...

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    Single Bullet Theory

    A love triangle compared to a murder conspiracy theory seems like quite a stretch, and that's exactly what playwright Mike Bencivenga does with the central premise of his latest play, "Single Bullet Theory." The characters are amusing and their unrequited encounters are diverting at times, but the script only ...

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    Surdna Honors Teachers

    The Surdna Foundation, a national family foundation that supports arts organizations as part of a five-pronged philanthropic objective, announced the awarding of $134,000 in grants to outstanding arts teachers across America. Each of the 21 recipients will receive up to $5,000, and the facilities where they teach will ...

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    THE SKINNY

    While SAG and the ATA continue to duke it out, the Skinny presses on. As always, the information below is meant to keep you on the inside track—it's your job to get behind the wheel and steer yourself to success. Just stay off the 405.

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    Equity Charges John Davidson

    Actors' Equity Association has called John Davidson on the carpet for unbecoming conduct, resulting from his threatening to star in a non-Equity touring production of "State

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    Free Rehearsal Space

    The Broadway Dance Center will provide free rehearsal space, production support, a professional videographer, and free publicity for choreographers who have been selected to showcase their work for a program dubbed "Performance Outlet

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    As Voters Mull, SAG Presidential Candidates Push

    Screen Actors Guild members nationwide this week received their ballots for national elections of officers and board members. The mailings include "biographical sketches" of each candidate, which, as SAG explains in the mailing, are actually candidates' statements. A candidate's headshot accompanies each statement, which runs about 130 words.