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    Striking Writers Try to Appeal to Wall Street

    A second week of picketing in Manhattan resumed Tuesday with striking film and TV writers bringing the battle to Wall Street.

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    Doling for Dollars

    Just four weeks after announcing the creation of an unprecedented $50 million dollar fund to assist "New York City cultural and performing arts organizations" directly affected by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Mellon Foundation has announced its first three recipients. The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (ART/NY ...

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    NBC Brings Web Series 'Quarterlife' to TV

    NBC will begin airing the Web series "Quarterlife" on its television network early next year.

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    B'way Show League

    Following are the scores from the Broadway Show League's playoff games on Thurs., July 18:

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    The Queens

    "The Queens," presented by and at City Garage, 1340 1/2 4th St., Santa Monica. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 5:30 p.m. May 11-June 17. $10-20. (310) 319-9939.

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    Off-Off-Broadway Theatres Upgrade Equity Contracts

    Four Off-Off-Broadway nonprofit theatre companies—AMAS Musical Theatre, Broken Watch, Ma-Yi Theatre Company, and Rattlestick Productions—will advance from Equity Showcase production status to Letter of Agreement (LOA) contracts for their 2002-2003 seasons. Actors' Equity Association representative Rick Berg hailed the upgrade in contract status as a "very significant and ...

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    Circumference of a Squirel

    "Circumference of a Squirrel," presented by Mark Taper Forum's Taper, Too @ the Actors' Gang, 6209 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Tues.-Sun. 8 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 2 p.m. June 17-July 1. $20. (213) 628-2772.

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    Cooking Class

    CD Donna Ekholdt reminds actors that getting cast is never personal--sometimes it just isn't in the mix.

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    NY Talk Shows Struggle for Guests

    Since Sept. 11, television talk shows based in New York are having a tough time filling their couches.

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    Drama Desk Throws a "Party' - MTC Version of Jazz-Age Poem Nets 13 Nominations

    The Drama Desk loves a party, especially one "Wild Party," but not another. Two separate musicals based on the same Joseph Moncure March poem about a debauched, Jazz Age soiree opened this season. The first version, which recently closed at Manhattan Theatre Club Off-Broadway, garnered a total of 13 nominations ...