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    L.A.'S THEATRE WEEK

    L.A.'s theatre week has arrived. The Edge of the World Festival offers 49 shows in 20 venues throughout Los Angeles over eight days, Nov. 7-14. This is your chance to sample the unique and vibrant theatre scene around town-and cheaply! Purchase a festival passport for $10 from David ...

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    DANCE DIARY

    Dance Theatre of Harlem's Winning

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    ACTING ON FILM: Find the Groove, Avoid the Ruts

    Angela Bassett and Ralph Fiennes exemplify the craft of differentiating similar characters by finding their unique levels--even when the script doesn't support

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    SAG Drive Expands

    The Screen Actors Guild's (SAG) administration, with a top priority this year of quelling runaway production, is taking the fight directly to its 100,000 grassroots

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    Talking Up

    Apparently there's nothing the matter with kids today. In fact they're nearly running the show at Laguna Playhouse's Youth Theatre production of And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank, by James Sill, playing this weekend.

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    NEW YORK NOTES: Under the Wire

    The Gotham theatre scene is now in the grips of award fever. The Tony and Drama Desk nominations were announced with their usual accompanying furor. Half of Broadway was incensed that Kevin Spacey did not receive a Drama Desk nomination for The Iceman Cometh, while the other half was screaming ...

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    CHICAGO CUES

    Loyal Subscribers, New

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    Equity PWD Chair Calls ADA Rulings Good for Disabled

    When the U.S. Supreme Court recently cast a narrower definition for those covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), advocates for the disabled shouted "Foul!" Some even claimed that the high court misinterpreted the act's