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    Welcome to L.A. - Labor Days

    You've heard the old clichés: the actor/bartender and the actor/waiter. If working around food ("Careful, that's a hot plate, ma'am") does not sound like living the Hollywood dream, then perhaps you'd prefer a route that may end up becoming more beneficial than, say, having ...

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    Free Screening: 'Made in L.A.'

    Back Stage and Fine Arts Theatre invite you to a screening ofMade in L.A., a documentary that follows three Latina immigrants working in Los Angeles sweatshops as they try to win basic labor protection.

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    More 'Sex' Puts Mr. Big on Big Screen

    After weeks of speculation, Chris Noth has closed a deal to reprise his iconic character from "Sex and the City" in the upcoming feature based on the hit HBO series.

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    Milli Vanilli Movie in the Works

    Disgraced pop duo Milli Vanilli will soon get a movie made about their less-than-spectacular career, following in the cinematic steps of such icons as Ray Charles and Johnny Cash.

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    Presto Change-O! Book by Barbara Gordon, Mel

    Presto Change-O! Book by Barbara Gordon, Mel Mandel, and Norman Sachs; words and music by Mandel and Sachs; directed by Dan Siretta. A staged reading presented by the Amas Six O'Clock Musical Theatre Lab, a free development series for writers, lyricists, and composers of new musicals. The Players Theatre ...

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    Last week the members of the Screen Actors Guild

    Last week the members of the Screen Actors Guild approved the union's first dues increase since 1999, raising base dues a modest amount while doubling the maximum salary that is subject to work dues. The measure was approved by an overwhelming margin—68 percent to 32 percent—though only ...

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    Broadway Looks at New 'Chorus' of Actors

    They entered, one by one, to stand on the bare stage of the Hudson Theatre — the new line in 'A Chorus Line."

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    Offbeat Comics Top Awards at USCAF

    Young stand-ups Kirk Fox and Shane Mauss, alternative performer Tim Minchin, sketch troupe Summer of Tears and solo performer Nilaja Sun were among the stage acts who won jury awards at the 13th annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival during the weekend.