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    'August,' 'Passing Strange' Win NY Drama Critic Circle Awards

    The New York Drama Critics Awards will go to Pulitzer Prize-winningAugust:Osage Countyfor Best Play, andPassing Strangefor Best Musical.

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    Choice words from a surprising panel

    Actors often have a tough time finding honest and useful information that can help improve their careers. There are expensive classes and seminars out there that promise the world but rarely deliver. So where is a poor actor to turn? Well, what would you say if I told you that ...

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    At which point Jones' dip into the sentimentality

    At which point Jones' dip into the sentimentality pool ends. It's not that he doesn't appreciate the reminder of this anniversary, but his is a forward-looking attitude to life and acting. Asked about memories of that first opening night, he pauses again, wearing a slightly mournful expression. "I ...

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    Soap Drama Fuels Hollywood Labor Woes

    The bitter weekend divorce between two actors unions in upcoming contract talks with Hollywood producers mirrors a scene from a daytime soap opera.

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    Letters

    In our Jan. 10 issue, actor-comedian Willie Macc asked readers if he should keep or lose his Afro.

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    Lonelygirl15 Studio Rebrands, Attracts Investors

    The studio behind Internet sensation lonelygirl15 has received funding from veterans of Netscape, Google and Mark Burnett Prods.

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    Actors and B'way Prods Set to Negotiate Contract

    Negotiations on a new contract between the actors' union and theater producers will begin Friday.

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    The Name Game

    re you frustrated because you feel like there aren't enough ways to further your career as a performer? Yes, there are only so many times you can practice your monologues alone in a room, and class or performance time is often limited. Still, there are innumerable steps you can ...

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    Joel and Ethan Coen's thriller No Country for Old Men claimed best picture and three other trophies Feb. 24 at the 80th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood. The four acting awards went to foreign-born actors. Britain's Daniel Day-Lewis (There Will Be Blood) and France's Marion Cotillard (La ...