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    Performance for One, Please

    With "The Courtesan Tales," NYC poet and performance artist Nicole Blackman aims to create theatre on the most personal level possible: one on one.

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    Mortensen Signs Up for Mobster Film

    Viggo Mortensen is reuniting with director David Cronenberg for the thriller "Eastern Promises."

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    AFTRA to Raise Health Plan Premium

    Daily Variety reports AFTRA will increase premiums and earning requirements for its health plan staring next year. The changes are part of the revamp of its coverage into a four-tiered structure.

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    The Last Letter

    Restraint in the face of horrific events is wonderfully effective -- especially on stage.

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    Slow Boat

    "Slow Boat," presented by Vanishing Points West at the Los Angeles Repertory Theatre, 6560 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m. July 9-Aug. 14. $15. (310) 470-9899.

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    Hollywood Book Gets Behind Scenes

    Mandalay Entertainment head Peter Guber, whose movie credits include "Batman" and "Rain Man," says "Shoot Out: Surviving Fame and (Mis)Fortune in Hollywood," won't be what people expect.

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    Studios Not Willing to Accept Demands by Actors

    Major Hollywood studios said Wednesday they were not willing to accept demands for what they called huge pay raises sought by SAG.

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    I Love Myself

    "I Love Myself"

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    Emotionally Unavailable

    "Emotionally Unavailable," presented by Calhoun Productions in association with the Hudson Avenue Theatre at the Hudson Avenue Theatre, 6537 Santa Monica Blvd., Sun. 3 p.m. Mar. 11-Apr. 22. $15. (323) 930-9304.

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    "Thieves Carnival"

    T. Schreiber Studio's final mainstage production for the 1996-97 season will be Jean Anouilh's "Thieves Carnival." Directed by David S. Macy, it plays at the studio's new W. 26 St. home through June 22. Information: (212)