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    Equity Alleges Unfair Practices

    Actors' Equity Association filed a charge of unfair labor practices against American Girl Place last week when, the union contends, the company said it would withdraw a proposed pay increase for actors who perform at its theatre in Manhattan because they are trying to join Equity.

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    The Ruling Class

    "The Ruling Class," presented by and at the Knightsbridge Theatre L.A., 1944 Riverside Dr., L.A. Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 6 p.m. Oct. 25-Dec. 14. $20. (626) 440-0821.

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    CASTING

    Oregon Cabaret Theatre will hold auditions for its 2004 season. Season to include: 4 Guys Named Joe and Una Mujer named Maria, a revue with storyline featuring Latin music (reh. start May 19, runs Mar. 17-May 30), Pete n' Keely, about a Steve and Eydie type couple, divorced five years ...

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    Actors Make Movies, Too

    As a kid Larry Blamire fell in love with the sci-fi/horror films of the 1950s. Now Blamire has written, directed, and stars in his own opus, soon to hit theatres thanks to Sony Pictures.

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    Let's Go to the Videotape: Teaching Acting Through Instructional Videos

    In an era when videotapes, DVDs, CDs, and audiocassette recordings are available for virtually every self-help and self-improvement project under the sun (from slimming exercises to building kitchen cabinets), can teaching acting via recording—or attempting to—be far behind? Well, it's not. Indeed, there is an ample handful ...

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    Justin Timberlake to Act in 'Edison'

    After adding the title of Grammy winner to his resume, Justin Timberlake is going after another: movie star.

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    An Open Brooks

    The original king of comedy, Mel Brooks, is basking in his newfound glory as creator of Broadway's biggest hit.

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    Disney Channel to Put Some Shows Online

    Disney Channel will offer full episodes of some of its popular shows online later this year, the network said Thursday.

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    Noth Pairs with Evans on 'Frame of Mind'

    Chris Noth will co-star opposite actor-director Carl T. Evans in "Frame of Mind," which centers on a police detective who uncovers a widespread government conspiracy.

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    Dad's Approval the Ultimate Oscar for Clooney

    For George Clooney, it was the ultimate Oscar -- his father loved "Good Night, and Good Luck."