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    McTeer Weds Churchill for HBO/BBC

    Oscar-nominated actress Janet McTeer has been tapped to star opposite Brendan Gleeson in "Churchill at War," HBO Films/BBC Films' follow-up to "The Gathering Storm," their much-heralded biopic of Winston Churchill.

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    'Back From Broadway'

    Hershey Felder, a pitch-perfect Broadway actor, also happens to be a Steinway concert artist. And even after more than 3,000 performances, his one-man show about America's greatest composer, 'George Gershwin Alone,' hasn't become an albatross.

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    "This is the first time I've written a show and

    "This is the first time I've written a show and also performed in it," DiConcetto says. "When I'm acting, it's hard to trust what I've written."

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    'Sopranos' Tough Guy Quits 'Dancing'

    Vincent Pastore, who played a tough-guy mobster in the early years of "The Sopranos,' has dropped out of "Dancing With the Stars" after a week of training.

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    ACROSS 1 Wheel with

    ACROSS 1 Wheel with teeth

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    Film Fest for 'Goober' Hits 10-Year Mark

    Named for the actor who portrayed the goofy grease monkey in Andy Griffith's old television show, the 10th annual George Lindsey UNA Film Festival opened Thursday at the University of North Alabama, Lindsey's alma mater.

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    Perry's Success Puts Black Films in Fashion

    Tyler Perry's triumph at the box office last weekend with "Why Did I Get Married" has heartened the growing number of studios looking to crack the market for black films. But those studios also could face an unlikely problem: Tyler Perry.

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    Executive Editor David Sheward

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    "My month seemed to be dominated by working at

    "My month seemed to be dominated by working at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights. Even though there were only 10 days of work, it seemed like a lot more. I played a dying tour guide, and I got to have a prosthetic that made it look like my neck was ...

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    Talk Radio. Eric Bogosian's 1987 play about an

    Talk Radio. Eric Bogosian's 1987 play about an angry talk-radio host. MET Theatre, 1089 N. Oxford Ave., Hollywood. 8 p.m. Through July 27. $15–$20. (323) 960-4429. www.themettheatre.com.