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    SAG Educates Actors on Membership

    The Screen Actors Guild will host "Ready on Cue: Everything You Wanted To Know, But Didn't Know Who To Ask" July 13, 6:30¿8:30 p.m. in the James Cagney Room at SAG's Los Angeles office.

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    Movie Palace Gives Regards to Broadway

    As of Aug. 5, there will no longer be any single-screen theater operating in the Times Square area.

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    Tribeca Calls for Tech Scripts

    The Tribeca Film Institute continues its screenplay development program by calling for scripts with scientific or technological themes and/or characters. The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation funds the program.

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    Lifetime Finds More 'Missing'

    Lifetime Television has ordered an additional six episodes of its Sunday night drama series "Missing," which stars Vivica A. Fox, Caterina Scorsone,Mark Consuelos and Justin Louis as FBI agents.

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    Madison, Wisc. Lands $50M for New Arts District

    The city of Madison, Wisconsin has been promised $50 million for the construction of a new arts district in its downtown area. Its benefactor is the Overture Foundation, a philanthropic group whose chairman happens to have a history of cultural involvement with the

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    'The Jesus Hickey' Wins by a Neck

    The Jesus Hickeyby Luke Yankee has won the first annual Joel and Phyllis Ehrlich Award for a promising new play that focuses on timely subject matter.

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    Hoffman, Tartaglia to Help Fight AIDS

    Two Broadway stars, Jackie Hoffman and John Tartaglia, will help fight AIDS in December.

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    "Elephant Man' 20th Anni.

    To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Tony-Award winning play "The Elephant Man," Kevin Jay Productions in association with The Theatre St. Clement's will revive the show for a limited run. From Sept. 2 to 25, a new generation of theatregoers and old fans will have the chance to ...

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    The Actors' Fund of America will sponsor two free

    The Actors' Fund of America will sponsor two free December financial seminars regarding entertainment professionals' money management issues.