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    CORRECTION

    In Wenzel Jones' review of The Body (BSW, 5/13/04), his description of Susan Clark's work should have read: "Susan Clark, as the cockle-hunting local, Mrs. May, who stumbles upon and takes a proprietary interest in the waterlogged corpse, turns in extraordinary work."

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    Director Moore Tears Into Bush at Cannes Festival

    American film-maker Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" was cheered and applauded at the Cannes film festival on Monday.

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    Cabfare for the Common Man

    "Cabfare for the Common Man," presented by Theatre Neo at the Hudson Avenue Theatre, 6537 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Tue. 8 p.m. May 11-June 29. $15-30. (323) 769-5858.

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    Quinlan Plays 'Dead' at CBS with LaPaglia

    Jonathan LaPaglia and Kathleen Quinlan have been tapped to star opposite Anne Heche in CBS' original movie "The Dead Will Tell," which Stephen Kay has come on board to direct.

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    Chinese Friends

    Attending to Jon Robin Baitz's "Chinese Friends" at Playwrights Horizons is akin to being trapped in a maze with no end in sight.

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    Why Theatres Unearth Neglected Works and How They Give Them New Life

    No playwright strives for obscurity, certainly not for his work. Obscurity, rather, is an unintentional achievement: As producing styles, fiscal realities, and audience preferences change, many great and good plays, temperamental and temporal to begin with, fall by the wayside. Memories fade. Time passes. Dust collects. Plays become obscure.

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    Rants and Raves

    I need to take a minute to rant about actors who ask other people if they can cut in line at auditions. They usually come in on the cell phone, chatting frantically away. They rush all hurriedly up to the sign in sheet and sigh loudly at the number of ...

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    Foster Files 'Flight Plan' at Touchstone

    Jodie Foster is set to star in "Flight Plan" for the Walt Disney Studios' Touchstone Pictures label. Robert Schwentke is directing, while Brian Grazer is producing through Imagine Entertainment.

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    WGA: Concessions Would Put Guilds at Risk

    The WGA reassured its members Thursday that it will not jeopardize other Hollywood guilds by conceding on issues that could set a poor precedent when the actors and directors enter similar contract negotiations this year.