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    ACROSS 1 Breakfast drink for NASA

    ACROSS 1 Breakfast drink for NASA crews, once 5 Per ___

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    Review: Tour de Farce

    The New Jersey Repertory Company has opened its new season withTour de Farce, a dinner theatre show without the dinner.

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    n old Hollywood axiom states that what every

    n old Hollywood axiom states that what every actor really wants to do is direct. And although many performers are still stepping behind the camera to call the shots, a growing number are also finding fulfillment in the role of producer.

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    Longoria Takes on First Major Movie Role

    Playing a Secret Service agent opposite Michael Douglas and Kiefer Sutherland, the actress ditches her designer dresses and flirty attitude.

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    With his brooding good looks and steely

    With his brooding good looks and steely intensity, Byrne could have pursued a career as a classic leading man, but his tastes have always veered toward more interesting, character-driven roles. Last year he ended a run as deluded innkeeper Cornelius Melody, a physically and emotionally demanding role, in the Broadway ...

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    Poetic Directing Debut for Actor Sarah Polley

    Becoming big in Hollywood has never been Sarah Polley's agenda. It shows in her acting choices, almost exclusively small, intimate tales made far outside the American studio system.

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    'Daily Show' Players Ready for Primetime

    For years, all eyes were on the Not Ready for Primetime Players onSNL; now it'sDaily Showplayers who seem destined for sitcom and feature stardom.

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    Artistic innovation and technological advances

    Artistic innovation and technological advances continue to break down barriers in creating entertainment. These days not even death is an impediment to getting work: Steve McQueen sells cars in TV commercials; Ray Charles sings backing vocals on a hip-hop song.

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    Crystal Shards

    John Shaner's play After Crystal Night takes its name from the infamous night of Nov. 6, 1938, when Nazi thugs stoned windows of Jewish shops and homes throughout Germany, portending horrors to come. This "Night of Broken Glass" is also in bitter retrospect called Crystal Night. A week after ...

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    At Gunpoint

    At Gunpoint," presented by 3Walls Entertainment at the Elephant Space at the Lillian Theater, 6322 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Fri.-Sun. 8 p.m. Sept. 14-Oct. 13. $16. (323) 769-5669.