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    'Bringers,' 'Broadcast,' 'Red' Win Rodgers Awards

    The American Academy of Arts and Letters has announced that musicals "Bringers," "Broadcast," and "Red" have won the 2005 Richard Rodgers Awards.

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    Rants and Raves

    I realize it's somewhat odd that someone who works at an agency would be writing to your publication, but my rant involves actors, so maybe it's appropriate nonetheless. I work at one of the big five agencies, and have a gripe that I'd like to share with ...

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    Editor-in-Chief Sherry

    Editor-in-Chief Sherry Eaker

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    Portrait (With Horse and Others)

    Dreams are often characterized by fragmentation, discontinuity, and distortion.

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    Depardieu on Par 'Holiday' with Esposito

    Gerard Depardieu and Giancarlo Esposito have signed on to "The Last Holiday" for Paramount Pictures.

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    'Watchmen' Unmasked for Par, Aronofsky

    "Watchmen," the seminal DC Comics limited series, has landed at Paramount Pictures. Darren Aronofsky will develop and direct the project, which is being written by David Hayter.

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    Fifty Years for Frankel

    For Gene Frankel, a life in the theatre has been as exciting and rewarding as a love affair. After 50-some years as a director and a teacher, he continues the honeymoon daily in a small workshop on Bond Street in Noho,

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    Electropuss

    "ElectroPuss," presented by Circle X Theatre Co. at the Hudson Backstage, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Feb. 22-Mar. 30. $15. (323) 461-6069.

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    "HALF A PACT OF SUICIDES"

    Karin Jarlstedt (prod.) is accepting submissions for Half a Pact of Suicides, a 16mm sync-sound film for Cal State Long Beach about a man striving to fulfill a suicide pact. Dir. Erik Fetler. Two-weekend shoot starts Feb. 23. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Study Analyzes Results of TV Strike

    A strike by writers and actors will cause television viewership to drop by 9 percent this fall, according to an independent study that rates ABC and Fox as best able to weather the storm.