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    Broadway Box Office High for Holidays

    Broadway box offices had a white-hot Christmas this year, grossing $14,090,973 for the holiday week. The figure is up 18% from last week's tally. Despite the fact that top ticket prices climbed to $80 for Broadway shows this year, the figure falls just short of last year ...

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    United We Stand--Together We Heal

    Now More Than Ever, the Value of Volunteering

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    SAG Honors Benigni, Paltrow

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES‹Life was beautiful for Roberto Benigni and Gwyneth Paltrow on Sunday as they emerged big winners during the fifth annual Screen Actors Guild

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    Irene Sharaff Awards Announced

    The Theatre Development Fund (TDF) has announced the winners of the 2002 Irene Sharaff Awards for Theatrical Costume Design, which are presented through the auspices of TDF's Costume Collection.

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    Equity Rejoins Actors' Federation: After Nine-Year Hiatus, A Return to International Fold

    Equity has rejoined the Inter-national Federation of Actors (FIA) nine years after withdrawing from the Geneva-based organization due, primarily, to budgetary

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    Sympathetic Magic

    "Sympathetic Magic," presented by Theatre Tribe at the El Portal Studio Theatre, 5269 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m. Mar. 15-Apr. 20. $18. (323) 769-7060

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    Battle for Circle Lease Takes Few Steps in Place

    The fight over the rights to the defunct Circle In The Square theatre's lease has spun a few more circles. Judge Tina L. Brozman of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan last week rejected a request by the theatre's many creditors for a hearing to require the ...

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    Film Production Updates

    Films in PreparationYoung Black Stallion (Drama)(Start Mar. 4) Walt Disney Pictures/The Kennedy/Marshall Co., 500 S. Buena Vista St.

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    Entertainers Plan Gennaro Memorial

    Singer Judy Collins, dancer Chita Rivera and cabaret star Barbara Cook are among the entertainers scheduled at a memorial performance on Monday at the Broadhurst Theatre that will celebrate the life of Broadway dancer-choreographer Peter Gennaro.

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    Writers Guild Yeas FCC Study

    "The FCC has set down the path to shaping the rules for what every American will see on TV and in movies or read in newspapers or on the Internet for much of this new century," Victoria Riskin, president of the Writers Guild of America west, said last week.