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    PGA re-elects Kennedy for 2 more years

    The Producers Guild of America said Monday that interim president Kathleen Kennedy has been re-elected for two more years. Results of the guild's annual election were announced Sunday night during its annual general-membership board meeting.

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    SAG Educates Actors on Membership

    The Screen Actors Guild will host "Ready on Cue: Everything You Wanted To Know, But Didn't Know Who To Ask" July 13, 6:30¿8:30 p.m. in the James Cagney Room at SAG's Los Angeles office.

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    Movie Palace Gives Regards to Broadway

    As of Aug. 5, there will no longer be any single-screen theater operating in the Times Square area.

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    Tribeca Calls for Tech Scripts

    The Tribeca Film Institute continues its screenplay development program by calling for scripts with scientific or technological themes and/or characters. The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation funds the program.

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    Lifetime Finds More 'Missing'

    Lifetime Television has ordered an additional six episodes of its Sunday night drama series "Missing," which stars Vivica A. Fox, Caterina Scorsone,Mark Consuelos and Justin Louis as FBI agents.

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    ACTRA Honors Paul Gross

    Noted Canadian actor-writer-director Paul Gross will receive the 2005 ACTRA Toronto Award of Excellence, presented by ACTRA Toronto Performers.

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    Project

    Four high-powered suits who are ruled by their ambition and prejudice battle to reshape a new corporation in "Project," a terse, brutal, beautifully written drama in the style of David Mamet and Harold Pinter.

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    Introductions, Please

    There's a lot of busywork involved in marketing yourself as an actor. Done for the first time, some of it can feel like fun: feeling like you're finally moving a step closer to becoming a working actor. Then, after a few weeks with no promising response to your ...

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    Summertime Is Festival Time in NYC

    How can anyone ignore the summertime festivals dominating the Gotham theatre scene? The nine-year-old New York International Fringe Festival (running Aug. 12–28), the six-year-old Midtown International Theatre Festival (concluding Aug. 7), and the two-year-old New York Musical Theatre Festival (running Sept. 12–Oct. 2) are just part of a ...

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    Work Today, Work Tomorrow?

    A day job is an inevitable part of the struggling actor's life, a way to keep the rent paid and the fridge stocked while you go out on auditions, try to land an agent, and hone your craft in classes and onstage. The problem is, most typical 9-to-5 gigs ...