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    Three TCG Deadlines Approaching

    Theatre Communications Group (TCG) has announced that nominations are being accepted for its TCG Awards, which salute individuals, foundations, and corporations working on behalf of the not-for-profit theatre community.

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    'Snarl' Snags Six ADAs

    Fremont Center Theatre's production of The Tangled Snarl & Murder Me Once topped the list of award winners at last week's 11th Annual Artistic Director Achievement Awards.

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    NEA Gives $19.9M in Arts Grants

    The NEA this week awarded $19.9 million in Access to Artistic Excellence grants for a variety of projects, including work in theatre, musical theatre, and dance.

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    SAG-AFTRA Talks Near with AMPTP

    Negotiations on a major new feature-film and television contract between actors and studio and network producers could begin as early as next week.

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    A Lie of the Mind

    "A Lie of the Mind," presented by New Village Arts & Backyard Productions at the Studio Space at Jazzercise, Inc., 2460 Impala Dr., Carlsbad. Thu.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Nov. 13-27. $15-$18. (760) 433-3245.

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    Gantner Goes to the Head of P.S. 122

    Vallejo Gantner, a 30-year-old director and producer from Melbourne, Australia, who currently serves as director of the Dublin Fringe Festival, has been selected to become the new artistic director of Performance Space 122.

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    Young Actors Get a 'Life' in ABC Drama

    Rachel Blanchard, Jacob Pitts and Shiri Appleby have been cast in "1/4life," a new ABC ensemble drama from the creators of "thirtysomething."

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    Bernal Signs Up for 'Science' Class

    Gael Garcia Bernal, who is generating buzz for "The Motorcycle Diaries," is revving up for the new project from the director of "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind."

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    Usher Sweeps American Music Awards

    R&B singer Usher swept the American Music Awards on Sunday, winning all four categories in which he was nominated.

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    Reader Alert!

    In an article in The New York Times entitled "Quiet on the Fake Set; Cue the Unsuspecting Actor" (10/26/04), Lola Ogunnaike reports on "Film Fakers," a new reality series airing on the AMC (American Movie Classics) cable network. In the series, real struggling actors are cast in fake ...