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    The Skinny

    There's a lot going on this week, so not much room for an intro. We all-too often hear actors complain they don't know where to go to meet other like-minded creative people in the industry. While networking is not always the panacea to a stalled career, we hope ...

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    The Dissonance of Dissidents

    Few theatres in America can boast a partnership as fruitful as the one between Philadelphia's The Wilma Theater and playwright Tom Stoppard.

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    Women in the Arts Panel Nov. 11

    In an attempt to uncover the particular stumbling blocks encountered by young women in the performing arts,

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    My Old Lady

    Sometimes a very thin play works as a scenario for great actors to work their magic. Such a work is Israel Horovitz's "My Old Lady," now having its New York premiere.

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    Chang Recieves Lifetime Honor

    Tisa Chang, founder/director of Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, will be honored on Sat., Oct. 26, with a lifetime achievement award for her theatrical contributions.

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    Exorcist to Punisher

    Pam Dixon caps busy casting year with Artisan comic-book project.

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    Medea

    The Abbey Theatre's striking, hyperactive, raw-boned production of "Medea" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music seems to be, as they say, "torn from the headlines."

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    Alagazam

    "Alagazam," presented by and at the Actors' Gang, 6209 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 10 p.m. Oct. 18-Dec. 21. $12. (323) 465-0566, ext. 15.

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    Kennedy Arts Center Head Thinks Big

    Arts groups should stop bemoaning losses from the slow economy and last year's Sept. 11 attacks and dive into big projects to turn their fortunes around, said Michael Kaiser, president of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

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    Dixon Place Decamps for Home

    After three years housed in the Vineyard Theatre's annex space on East 26th Street, Dixon Place, one of the city's leading performance labs, is homeless yet again. Well, not exactly.