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    Richard Culver (prod./dir.) is accepting

    Richard Culver (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for The Last Kennedy, a political conspiracy set in San Francisco Bay Area. Four-month shoot starts May. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    SAG Set to Vote On Dues Increase

    Screen Actors Guild members are preparing to vote on the guild's first dues-increase referendum in 12

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    All In The Timing

    For Patricia Heaton and Doris Roberts, comedy is all about rhythm. And acting is doing the job, then living your life.

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    Johansson to Receive 'Rising Star Award'

    Golden Globe nominee Scarlett Johansson will be honored next month at the 15th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival.

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    B'way Rocks Times Square Sept. 7

    Nathan Lane and Jane Krakowski will co-host this year's Broadway on Broadway, the 12th annual free concert featuring a plethora of White Way stars in Times Square on Sun., Sept. 7 starting at 11:30 am.

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    The Spickner Spin

    "The Spickner Spin," a scrumptious satirical concoction, is just the right entrée for this political season.

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    The Threepenny Opera

    Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's "The Threepenny Opera" is often revived, but not in the 1954 Marc Blitzstein adaptation that made it a success in the U.S.

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    Singing Caviar Instead of Chestnuts

    Cabaret performers, not unlike actors, grapple with typecasting issues. Consider Mark Nadler's newest act, "Write Now! Songs by People Who Aren't Dead," that played through Sat., July 31 at the posh Opia Restaurant on East 57th Street. It's not that Nadler didn't evoke the persona with ...

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    How's a Mom To Act?

    Okay, here's the thing: When my son Gabe told us he loved performing comedy more than anything in the world, I was thrilled he had found something he loved so much. But when he said he might want to be a professional actor, I thought, "Shit! We are so ...

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    NYC Fringe Fest Bounces Back

    The New York International Fringe Festival is rising, phoenixlike, out of its recent economic doldrums. Back Stage has learned not only that applications for this year's eighth annual cavalcade of the cool and curious scored new highs, but, more important, the festival has implemented fiscal and structural changes designed ...