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    Critic's Picks

    ¥ The Birds, presented by and at South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Dr., Costa Mesa. Through Feb. 28. (714)

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    SPOTLIGHT ON SPEECH/DICTION/VOICE-OVERS

    ADVICE FROM THE VOICE-OVER

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    George St. Head Has Troubled Past and Future

    Embattled George Street Playhouse producing artistic director Gregory Hurst's troubles may be just beginning. Hurst, who last week resigned from the New Brunswick, N.J., theatre after being hit with multiple charges of sexual harassment, may be in danger of losing a prime directing gig at Newark's New ...

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    THE BENEFITS OF GIVING: SHARING THE GIFT OF YOURSELF THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

    As the holidays begin, you may already know how to shop for gifts without once paying retail, but do you also know all the options you have for giving the gift of yourself this season? Time, performing talent, your promotional tapes and CDs, stand-up comedy, cooking and gift-decorating, teddy bears ...

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    SAG/NY Goes Back to Court

    A federal judge has ordered the Screen Actors Guild/New York and Jordan Derwin‹a national board member who is also a runoff-election candidate‹"to show cause" why Derwin shouldn't be restrained from further board service until the runoff's

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    London Imports

    The Brooklyn Academy of Music will launch its spring season this January with two Racine tragedies‹"Ph'dre," and "Britannicus"‹straight from the notable Almeida Theater in London.

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    "Search" Goes On

    "Hi, David? It's Lily. I'm on my cell phone, and I'm at the supermarket. Can I call you back when I get home in about 20 minutes?"

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    Playwrights Theater Performs O'Neill

    The Provincetown Playhouse will turn into a Eugene O'Neill hot-spot from Aug. 4-Sept. 11 as the Playwrights Theater launches an eight year long O'Neill program that will present the author's entire canon of 49 plays. The summer's Festival is the first phase of the program.

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    Directors' Property Rightspapers

    It was reported in The New York Times, Back Stage, and several other newspapers in Florida and elsewhere. When media coverage boomed, the settlement fell apart.

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    BISTRO BITS: Compelling Divas

    Returning to cabaret after more than four years, cabaret and Broadway favorite Sally Mayes is back with an all-new show of story songs, "The Story Hour." With musical director Patrick Brady and her band, Mayes has put together one of her most riveting and thoroughly entertaining shows to