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    AGMA Looking West, Talking Money

    The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA), its eye on keeping its members working for fair wages, may see itself shutting down some of the nation's West Coast operas to make its point.

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    Never Leaving Las Vegas

    For some actors Vegas is a stopover before bigger things, but others have found in it a rare opportunity to be paid well to do what they love.

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    Mr. Fox: A Rumination

    Fickle audiences, exploitation by managers and producers, the perils of live theatre, the desire for career expansion -- these are the personal subtexts of Bill Irwin's meandering "Mr. Fox: A Rumination."

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    The Cherry Orchard

    "The Cherry Orchard," presented by and at A Noise Within, 234 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale. In repertory. Nov. 1-Dec. 8. $22-38. (818) 240-0910.

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    Mamet Live

    "Like Errol Morris, I've decided to mend my wicked, wicked ways and go back to the theatre," said David Mamet.

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    Catching Up With...: Aaron Ruell

    You might recognize him as Napoleon's extremely nerdy, overly confident older brother, Kip, in last year's surprise hit Napoleon Dynamite, but Aaron Ruell has turned out to be an exciting filmmaker and photographer to watch. Having shot his first short film at the tender age of 17, this ...

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    CCH Pounder: Fearless in Famine

    I can't even remember a time when I didn't know who CCH Pounder was. Sure, I didn't always know her by name (which is Carol Christine Hilaria Pounder, for those who are wondering). But I, like just about anyone who frequents movie theatres or enjoys the occasional ...

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    Rooms

    The rock musical "Rooms" is like a fresh, invigorating breeze. Not that the story about young rock artists who dream of fame is unusual.

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    AFTRA To Address FCC on Equal Opportunity

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has invited two leaders of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) to speak next week at politically vital hearings on equal employment opportunity (EEO).

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    Showing Your True Colors

    The fall colors are in, but we're not talking about fashions or foliage. Color headshots are steadily becoming more popular in the entertainment industry, already ubiquitous on the West Coast and now catching on here in the East.