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    Actors to Begin Contract Talks

    Hollywood's main actors' union said it would begin talks on a new labor contract with the studios on April 15, setting the scene for a cliffhanger that could once again paralyze the industry.

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    Into The Woods

    "Into the Woods," presented by Performance Riverside at Landis Auditorium, 4800 Magnolia Ave., Riverside. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. Apr. 6-22. $17-25. (909) 222-8100.

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    Alba, Others Get Intimate with 'Guru'

    Jessica Alba, Romany Malco and Verne Troyer have signed on to join Mike Myers in Paramount Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment's "The Love Guru."

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    Mundane an issue as this is, when students arrive

    Mundane an issue as this is, when students arrive late to class or to a scene-partner rehearsal, it can demoralize others. James Tripp, head of acting at New York's Stella Adler Studio, expects students to be quiet and seated when he comes in. (Adler required proper dress and posture ...

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    DCA in Funding Struggle - Handcuffed by Mayor, Agency Still Reaching Out to Arts Groups

    New York City's Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA)‹shackled by a budget-cutting mayor who's battling a generous city council‹has been suffering its chains with grace, still trying to offer a limited helping hand to arts

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    Batman Crew Member Dies in Film Shoot

    A crew member involved in the filming of the new Batman movie has died in a car accident on the set, when his 4x4 vehicle crashed into a tree during a dummy film run involving the "Batmobile."

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    CBS Faces Strike on a Second Front

    CBS News is taking its case directly to nearly 500 writers, graphic artists, editors, and producers.

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    Money Matters

    The Actors' Fund of America invites show-biz pros to attend five free Monday evening seminars covering money management issues for

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    Los Angeles–based writer-director; TV

    Los Angeles–based writer-director; TV credits include HBO's Pu-239, Showtime's Californication

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    IATSE Acts Locally

    Despite a decision by International Association of Theatrical and Stage Employees (IATSE) President Tom Short to shut the door on wage concessions to keep struggling Broadway shows alive, the six individual New York City Locals have agreed to offer those concessions to at least one more show.