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    ATA to SAG: We're Ready To Bargain

    The Association of Talent Agents' (ATA) executive director—while popping a criticizing whip—has told the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) that agents are ready to bargain. Meanwhile, ATA's attorney wants to meet with SAG's counsel to straighten out legal interpretations of the actors-agents franchise agreement.

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    Anthony Edwards

    It's a tribute to multiple Emmy winner Dennis Franz that he can make acting look so easy, not to mention that he turned anger-prone, occasionally racist police detective Andy Sipowicz into a sympathetic protagonist. Although Sipowicz has softened somewhat over the years, Franz has never pulled back from investigating ...

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    DEATHWATCH

    This is a play that wants to disturb, disrupt. Brutal, cramped, confined to the rages and revelations of three prisoners, this is a prison-cell world containing an unrelenting effusion of despair and abuse, where hierarchies shift the minute one comprehends them. A play written to keep an audience in uncertain ...

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    Our Feb. 8 winner: We asked readers to connect

    Our Feb. 8 winner: We asked readers to connect Prince to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air's James Avery and received the best response from Isis Oridge of Los Angeles. Her link-up: Prince starred in Graffiti Bridge with singer Tevin Campbell, who guest-starred on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air with ...

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    Calista Flockhart

    Malcolm in the Middle

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    Gillian Anderson

    The Sopranos

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    FEATURE-LENGTH SCREENPLAYS

    LJMI Productions is seeking feature-length comedy, thriller, and horror screenplays, one location preferred, also seeking writer to develop concept for future production. There is deferred pay. Send script or writing sample to P.O. Box 461075, L.A., CA 90046.

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    Bistro Bits - Then and Now

    I FIRST SAW MARCIA LEWIS IN THE SHORT-LIVED 1972 Off-Broadway show "God Bless Coney," in which she played a character called Toula Gefilte. I have very fond memories of that performance, a brilliant musical comedy turn. A few years later, she did a virtuoso cabaret act at several clubs around ...

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    Sharpton May Reprise Broadway Appearance

    As promised-or threatened, depending on one's perspective-the Reverend Al Sharpton and followers held a protest Tues., April 18 in Times Square. Demonstrators assembled on the median triangle at Broadway, Seventh Avenue, and 43rd Street for about three hours, protesting recent police shootings of unarmed black men and demanding the ...