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    ast Sunday, theatre's glitterati left Radio City

    ast Sunday, theatre's glitterati left Radio City Music Hall $2.1 million richer, thanks to the $35,000 gift baskets bestowed upon the 60 presenters at the Tony Awards. Two days later, New York City middle-schoolers took the stage at Broadway's Imperial Theatre to sing show tunes. The ...

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    Race Is On for 'Mad, Mad, Mad' Sequel

    Ed Bass, one of the producers behind "Bobby," and Karen Sharpe Kramer, the widow of "Mad World" director Stanley Kramer, have teamed to make a sequel to the comedy classic.

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    Gotham Awards to Laud Cuban, Wagner

    2929 Entertainment owners Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban will be honored at the 16th annual Gotham Awards on Nov. 29 in New York.

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    Bargain Hunters

    Who knows more about bargains than New York actors? After all, they work in an incredibly competitive field in one of the most expensive cities in the world. That's why we went straight to the readers of Back Stage for our annual Bargain Hunters issue. Whether it's food ...

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    Aniston Tops People Best-Dressed List

    Even in Hollywood -- land of breast implants and botox -- natural counts for something.

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    The Skinny

    The Skinny is squeezed tight this week with opportunities for the self-starter. Some of the leads below may seem a little "out there" and certainly aren't for everyone. If it's not your dream to be the next Neil Diamond or a celebrity commercial jingle writer, take heart; something ...

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    Bad Dates

    "Make Love Not War," presented by Playwrights' Arena at Moving Arts, 1822 Hyperion Ave., L.A. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m. Sep. 16-Oct. 15. $15. (213) 485-1631.

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    Benefit Will Honor a Soon-to-Be Demolished Space

    Its New York home of 15 years is set to be demolished, so the company is set to send the building off in style.

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    Attendance Down, Grosses Up on Broadway

    Still feeling the effects of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and an uncertain economy, Broadway saw fewer people going to the theater in 2003, although the box office was up.

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    Piven to Star in Untitled Feature

    Piven is in final negotiations to star in New Line Cinema's untitled man vs. nature project being produced by Robert Simonds.