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    Sally and Tom (The American Way)

    Given the subject matter, the human rights message, and the earnest efforts involved in "Sally and Tom (The American Way)," one has every reason to hope for a first-rate show.

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    Tannenbaum, Paul Hitched for Comedy

    Actor Jarrad Paul has teamed with producer Eric Tannenbaum for a comedy project set up at NBC.

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    Picnic

    "Picnic," presented by and at A Noise Within, 234 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale. Repertory schedule. Oct. 7-Nov. 27. $32-45. (818) 240-0910, ext. 1.

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    Tech Tools

    The idea of using a spreadsheet to keep track of your industry contacts—when you met, what scene you read, their mailing address, or what a workshop cost—is hardly new; keeping track with an online spreadsheet, however, is a revolutionary concept offering hitherto unforeseen possibilities. Does my geeky enthusiasm ...

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    Quigley Amazed at Getting Cruise Flick

    Actress Maggie Quigley said she was seriously ill when she auditioned for "Mission: Impossible III" and was amazed that she got a key role in the film.

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    Juneteeth Festival to Honor Theatre and Blues

    Even writers get the blues at this summer's Juneteeth Theatre & Blues Festival of the Arts at Columbia University.

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    After a Rocky Start, CTG's Ritchie Plans for the Future

    Michael Ritchie seems to relish the challenges posed by the leaps in his career. First there was his overnight transition from Broadway and Off-Broadway production stage manager to producer of Massachusetts' Williamstown Theatre Festival in 1996. Then last year he left that summer venue to take the reins at Center ...

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    Hometown Snubs Schwarzenegger

    Californian Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's Austrian home town of Graz removed his name from the city's stadium over Christmas.

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    Authors to Discuss New 'Viewpoints' Book

    Two renowned authors will discuss their new collaborative effort, a book about a technique of improvisation.

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    Schwimmer Raises 'Caine' in N.Y. Return

    David Schwimmer makes his Broadway debut, and his first post-"Friends" stage appearance in New York, in Herman Wouk's "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial."