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    Buckley, Berlind Benefit Schreiber

    The T. Schreiber Studio, one of New York's respected actor training programs, will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a gala benefit at The Players, on Mon., Jan. 25. The event is planned as a tribute to celebrated leading lady Betty Buckley and Broadway producer Roger Berlind. Buckley triumphed most ...

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    Road Movie: A new documentary recounts Cornerstone's quixotic national tour.

    Who is that black Superman performing Shakespeare in front the U.S. Capitol dome in Washington, D.C.? Or the blond Elvis wandering down a dusty North Dakota street at midnight? Or the woman playing Hermione in The Winter's Tale, who may not be acting her tears for her ...

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - The theatre world is not known for having "heroes" in the sense of those who do extraordinary things for the good of their peers, but the Washington area is blessed with one true altruistic spirit who has raised the bar for those helping the theatre arts.

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    Fosse Footage Found

    The Museum of Television & Radio has unearthed some rare video footage of legendary choreographer Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon discussing the use of choreography in the Broadway musical, and even performing dance numbers from "Damn Yankees," "The Pajama Game," and other shows. The Museum will screen the program daily throughout ...

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    Economic Study - Film, Cable Rise Foreseen For the Next Five Years

    (BPI) Despite projections for dampened U.S. economic growth amid the global slowdown, solid growth in entertainment, radio, television, and cable spending is forecast to propel communications industry revenue during the next five years, according to a major study released last

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    Broadway Scores Biggest Holiday Box Office Ever

    Buoyed by record-breaking box office receipts during the Christmas holiday week, the Broadway theatre industry is on course to enjoy its single highest-grossing season

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    Jackie's Legacy: Proponents of Coogan Law revisions aim at extending protection of children performers to all cases and all states.

    Jackie Coogan's last days on the television screen showed audiences a supporting actor nurturing his craft; a stocky, balding man with semi-sad eyes and excellent timing. But in his first films in the 1920s, Coogan was a child star-discovered by Charlie Chaplin-who captured audiences' hearts with his beautiful profile ...