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    Jacob's Pillow's 70th Anniversary

    tain the spirit of Ireland with gaiety, as well as with the tragic overtones of the land—its drama and its hopes. One could label the work a contemporary view of Ireland.

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    Election Crisis Cripples SAG

    Election Crisis Cripples SAG

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    Tartuffe

    Moliere's "Tartuffe" meets the 20th century in a whimsical adaptation by Jeff Cohen for the Worth Street Theater Company at the Tribeca Playhouse. The new script, written in witty rhyming couplets, is set in Manhattan in the 1930s. The black-and-white motif in the set design by Lauren Helpern and ...

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    Stage Combat Workshop

    Stage combat specialist Rick Sordelet will lead a workshop for directors and choreographers who want to learn how to work with fight directors. The workshop will take place on Sat., July 20, 10 am-2 pm at New York Spaces, Studio 3B, 939 Eighth Avenue, between 55th and 56th streets. The ...

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    ACTRA Honors Paul Gross

    Noted Canadian actor-writer-director Paul Gross will receive the 2005 ACTRA Toronto Award of Excellence, presented by ACTRA Toronto Performers.

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    Project

    Four high-powered suits who are ruled by their ambition and prejudice battle to reshape a new corporation in "Project," a terse, brutal, beautifully written drama in the style of David Mamet and Harold Pinter.

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    Introductions, Please

    There's a lot of busywork involved in marketing yourself as an actor. Done for the first time, some of it can feel like fun: feeling like you're finally moving a step closer to becoming a working actor. Then, after a few weeks with no promising response to your ...

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    Summertime Is Festival Time in NYC

    How can anyone ignore the summertime festivals dominating the Gotham theatre scene? The nine-year-old New York International Fringe Festival (running Aug. 12–28), the six-year-old Midtown International Theatre Festival (concluding Aug. 7), and the two-year-old New York Musical Theatre Festival (running Sept. 12–Oct. 2) are just part of a ...

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    Work Today, Work Tomorrow?

    A day job is an inevitable part of the struggling actor's life, a way to keep the rent paid and the fridge stocked while you go out on auditions, try to land an agent, and hone your craft in classes and onstage. The problem is, most typical 9-to-5 gigs ...

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    Waiting For Lefty

    "Waiting for Lefty," presented by and at the Sanford Meisner Center Theatre, 5124 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 9 p.m. May 20-July 2. $12-18. (818) 509-9651.