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    Play Rights: Wise Words on Guarding Your Work

    Anyone who has written for the stage obviously hopes to see his or her vision come to life on the stage. However, since theatre is a collaborative process, there are many different opportunities for that creative vision to go awry. A director might miss the point of the play, actors ...

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    Spreading the Word: Garnering Publicity for Your Play or Project

    For those of you who weren't tuned in to this column last week, my focus was on a panel that I moderated this past June titled, "Getting Your Play Press: Advice From the Pros." Panelists included five top press agents: Jim Baldassare, Diane Judge, David Rothenberg, Susan L. Schulman ...

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    CASTING

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR: Sandra Oh - Who You Know

    Sandra Oh may be a minority actress, but it hasn't seemed to slow down her career. In addition to starring on the HBO series Arli$$, now entering its fifth season, Oh can currently be seen in actor/writer Don McKellar's feature directorial debut, Last Night, for which she ...

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    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

    The Year of the

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    Volunteers Find Teens' Voices

    The stereotype of the lazy Los Angeles actor--sitting at home, watching TV, and waiting for the phone to ring--has recently been challenged by the young nonprofit arts organization Voices in Harmony, a group that brings together teenagers from urban L.A. with theatre professionals, to bridge the cultural gaps that ...

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    Schwartz to Direct Musical Theatre Workshop in NYC

    Grammy and Oscar-winning composer/lyricist Stephen Schwartz will once again direct the ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshop, which commences March 2 at the ASCAP offices, located at One Lincoln Plaza in

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    Arts and the Law

    Word" Is No Longer Just a Word And "Rent" Is No Longer Just