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    Tap Fusion: Seven Blessings

    Some things just do not mix, no matter how clever the treatment, like oil and water -- or tap dance and modern dance.

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    SAG: Members can retain reps

    The Screen Actors Guild informed its members Friday that they would be allowed to serve out the remainder of their existing general service agreements with their agents even if SAG re-invoked its rule that mandates that members only be represented by a franchised agent.

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    Free "Much Ado About Nothing"

    As part of the West Side Community Garden's Arts and Crafts Festival on Sat. Sept. 26, the Manhattan Shakespeare Company will present an outdoor script-in-hand performance of "Much Ado About Nothing" at 2 pm.

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    The Way We Were

    Hollywood's studio system is long gone. But what can actors learn about their current lot from yesterday's contract player?

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    UCLA to house Key Art archive

    Film marketing material from The Hollywood Reporter's Key Art Awards is finding a permanent home at the UCLA Film and Television Archive, which will house print and trailer entries from the annual competition.

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    Student Oscar Nominees Have Reel Values

    Thirty students have been selected as finalists in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 26th Annual Student Academy Awards national

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    IFP cutting back on market films

    In its latest move meant to streamline and increase the relevancy of its annual market, the Independent Feature Project has announced sweeping changes to its market format.

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    Bit Parts - Amas' "Babies"

    A winner of the 1997 Richard Rodgers Award for Musical Theatre comes this month to Amas Musical Theatre. "Barrio Babies" is a musical comedy chronicling adventures of Latino actors and writers trying to break the Hollywood mold of stereotyping ethnic artists. With music by Fernando Rivas and book and lyrics ...

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    Guilds Cite Image Problem

    Is the entertainment industry in the throes of an identity crisis?