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    This week, walk five miles for a good cause by

    This week, walk five miles for a good cause by registering to walk May 12 with the Actors' Fund of America at the 14th annual Entertainment Industry Foundation Revlon Run/Walk for Women in Los Angeles. Proceeds fund the fight against cancer. Register online to join Team 230 or, if ...

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    Free Acting Lessons at the Baryshnikov

    The Baryshnikov Dance Foundation will hold two free open acting lessons today and tomorrow led by Lev Dodin, one of Russia's finest dance theatre directors.

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    Berlin Philharmonic to Perform Mahler in NYC

    The Berlin Philharmonic and conductor Simon Rattle will perform landmark late works by Gustav Mahler during a six-concert tour in New York and Boston later this year.

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    'Surfer' is Up for Fishburne

    Laurence Fishburne will provide the voice of the Silver Surfer in "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," which opens June 15.

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    'Law & Order' Future Still Undecided

    After more than a month of negotiations, the future of ratings-challenged NBC crime dramas "Law & Order" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" is still uncertain.

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    IN CASTING DOCUMENT

    He will soon be seen in License to Wed, starring Robin Williams, and Nancy Drew.

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    The Back Stage Garland Awards, announced in our

    The Back Stage Garland Awards, announced in our March 1 issue to recognize and reward excellence in Southern California theatre, were celebrated Monday night in a festive party—no announcements, no speeches. Statuettes were handed out to the winners, who included actors, producers, writers, directors, and designers. They and their ...

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    'Christmas Story' Director Dies in Crash

    Film director Robert Clark, best known for the beloved holiday classic "A Christmas Story," and his son were killed Wednesday in a car wreck, the filmmaker's assistant and police said.

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    Gore, Barrymore, 'Gates' Slated for Tribeca

    Al Gore will be the opening act at Tribeca, hosting the global warming-themed Short Films Program, Drew Barrymore will hit the fest later for her world premiere, and the curtain will fall on "The Gates."