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    ACTOR'S ACTORAlan Arkin

    All the DifferenceAlan Arkin is a man who refuses to compromise, whether it's in his career choices or in his daily performance choices as an actor. Trained in the theatre, Arkin was in the original company of Chicago's improvisational revue, Second City, an experience which led to his ...

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    Guilds ratify pact on educational, industrial work

    Members of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have overwhelmingly approved a new three-year contract for nonbroadcast industrial/educational productions.

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    Casting The Rock as King Draws Fire

    Pro wrestler-turned-actor The Rock could get some competition when he plays a real-life king.

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    Obituaries

    Bob Trow, 72, of 'Mister

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    Eight Hall of Famers Named

    The Theater Hall of Fame has announced its 1998 honorees, who will be ceremonially inducted at the Gershwin Theatre on Feb

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    Gretty Good Time

    "Gretty Good Time," presented by and at the Falcon Theatre, 4252 Riverside Dr., Burbank. Wed.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 4 p.m. Apr. 12-May 4. $25-37.50. (818) 955-8101.

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    The Lies of Handsome Men

    "The Lies of Handsome Men," presented by the Canyon Theatre Ensemble, in association with Hudson Theatricals, at the Hudson Avenue Theatre, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m. Apr. 17-May 24. $15. (323) 856-4200.

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    Fear of Suppression

    The current political climate has forced Robert Redford out of his usual behind-the-scenes role during the Sundance Film Festival to take a more active presence.

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    Script Scrap

    Dear Tombudsman: I am wondering about the most professional manner in which to decline a part in a project that has a very poorly written script. There are times when I have purposefully performed under par in order not to be considered for a part, but I would like to ...

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    Bay Resume

    Dear Tombudsman: I am moving to Los Angeles in September. Most of my credits are from relatively small theatre companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. Should I list them as S.F. Bay credits, or is it better to keep that information off the resume?