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    High Art Meets Tabloid TV in Opera

    One of the hottest tickets at this year's Edinburgh Fringe festival features expletive-spitting louts, a man clad only in a diaper, a talk show host and Satan. Naturally, it's an opera.

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    The Right Way to Sue

    In Ellen Melaver's manic and uneven new comedy, "The Right Way to Sue," Maggie (a convincing Jennifer Morris) is continually losing her newborn daughter.

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    The Caretaker

    "The Caretaker," presented by Renaissance Theatre Company at 6th @ Penn Theater, 3704 6th Ave., Hillcrest. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Mar. 16-Apr. 14. $15-20. (619) 688-9210.

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    The Year In Quotes

    Back Stage West brings you a survey of our most memorable quotes

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    Cover Story

    "Cover Story," presented by College Dance Theatre at the Herald Examiner Building, 1111 South Broadway, Downtown L.A. Sat. 7 & 9:30 p.m., Sun. 5 & 7:30 p.m. May 4-19. $15-25. (323) 655-8587.

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    Runaway Panel Fizzles

    (BPI) The promised politicians, both the elected Washington politicos and the would-be Hollywood pols running for positions at the Screen Actors Guild, who were scheduled to appear in New York Monday night at a panel sponsored by SAG and the Creative Coalition, didn't make it. Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N ...

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    "DEMONS"

    Donald Kinney (prod.) is accepting submissions for Demons, a 16mm contemporary American folk tale set in a Midwestern rural town. Dir. Robert Kinney. Two-week shoot starts May 1 in Knoxville, TN. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    BC/EFA Releases 2001 Annual Report

    The 2001 annual report of BC/EFA is the latest in a string of industry barometers showing the events of Sept. 11 clearly challenging philanthropic organizations.

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    New Columbia University Theatre Space Announced

    The 180-seat Theatre of the Riverside Church, located within walking distance of the campus of Columbia University, will become the main performance facility used by the Oscar Hammerstein II Center for Theater Studies, according to an announcement issued last week. The announcement coincided with a Wed., Oct. 16 ribbon-cutting ceremony ...