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    AEA Members Earn $249M Sub Head

    Despite the devastating effect of historic terrorist attacks in New York and Washington coupled with a recessionary economy, Actors' Equity Association members still maintained fairly level earnings nationwide for the 2001-02 season.

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    Crave

    With a terrific young cast and mostly keen direction by Eugenia Tzirtzilaki, Sarah Kane's play "Crave" seems to be the one closest to her own id.

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    Industry mobilizes to assist families

    As the nation tries to come to grips with the suffering caused by Tuesday's terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, the media and entertainment industries are mounting fund-raising drives and myriad other efforts to help victims and their families.

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    Seussical Ending, Jane Eyre Stays

    Alanis Morissette to the rescue.

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    Show With Al Pacino Extends 1 Week

    You have one more week to spend $100 and see Al Pacino in the acclaimed revival of Bertolt Brecht's political parable, "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui."

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    CORRECTION

    In her review of For the Love of Freedom (BSW, 6/21/01), Laura Weinert estimated the show's running time as five hours. In fact, according to several accounts, it is reportedly just under four hours long.

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    Tell-Tale Heart--Mobster Style and After Poe

    These two one-act plays combine for a chunk of theatrical chicanery.

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    Momma

    Sioban Fallon's one-woman show allows the versatile actress to display her comedic character acting skills while telling the simple, heartfelt story of a mother's journey from conception to childbirth.

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    Miranda's Last Rites

    The economy is booming, recession is but a distant memory, and real estate prices are soaring. That may be good news for Wall Street, but it isn't cheering very many people Off-Off-Broadway.

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    Rep This!

    Actors can't get far in this town without representation.