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    "...SKETCH SHOW"

    Chris Berube (dir.) is accepting submissions for Yet Another Orange County Sketch Show. Rehearsals start Feb. 9. Performances run May 12-June 2 at the Second Stage. There is no pay.

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    NEWS WIRE - Evidence Loses Space

    The Evidence Room has been told to pack its bags and vacate the 5,000-square-foot Culver City location it has occupied for the past three years, according to the theatre company's director, Bart De Lorenzo.

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    Equity to Enter Merge Talks With SAG, AFTRA

    As the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) enter the final furlong in their long journey toward merger, Actors' Equity has begun making overtures about joining the union

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    NEWS WIRE - Kids Get a Free Ride This March

    More than 30 theatres in the L.A. basin will host the inaugural "Kids' Week at the Theatre," March 1-8. Presented in a partnership between Theatre L.A. and A.S.K. Theater Projects, the event offers families two free children's tickets (18 and under) per paying adult to ...

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    "TWO DOORS DOWN"

    Kevin Obsatz (dir.) is accepting submissions for Two Doors Down, a sync-sound digital film for USC about everyone being a stranger. Prod. Erik Aadahl. Seven-day shoot starts Mar. 12. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Before Pulitzer, Edson Recalled "Wit" 's History

    Margaret Edson, whose play "Wit" was announced on April 12 as the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, recounted to Back Stage in the summer of 1997, a history of the developmental process that led to the current production of her drama at the Union Square Theatre.

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    "Broadway Bears" Bears $124,000

    The first-ever "Broadway Bears'' auction raised $124,000 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Feb. 15 at the Hudson

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    ichael Douglas knew he was a part of something spe

    ichael Douglas knew he was a part of something special from the first day he showed up to work on Traffic, a film directed by Steven Soderbergh and based on Stephen Gaghan's original screenplay about the complicated and failing war on illegal drugs. Douglas arrived on the set, located ...

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    Sufferin' Southern Sissies

    Sufferin' Southern Sissies