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    Harold R. Scott Jr., Artistic Director, Dies at 70

    Harold R. Scott Jr., an award-winning stage director who was the first African American to be named artistic director of a regional American theater, has died. He was 70.

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    Trio Checks Rates in 'Hostel 2'

    Lauren German, Heather Matarazzo and Bijou Phillips are in varying stages of negotiations to star in "Hostel 2," which Eli Roth is directing for Screen Gems.

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    The Upstream

    Broadway vets Alice Ripley, Gregory Jbara, Chad Kimball, and Robert Torti have found themselves a tight community in the West Coast premiere of Michael John LaChiusa's 'Little Fish.'

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    Adriana Barraza firmly believes that every actor

    Adriana Barraza firmly believes that every actor is just a little bit crazy. Only a crazy person could suffer and laugh as if it's reality, she says, chuckling. "I remember my friend who was doing a scene and she broke her leg during filming and she just kept going ...

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    Radio Play to Broadcast Live at Kennedy Center

    The debut performance of the radio playThe Emperor's New Clothes, featuring Debra Winger and Arliss Howard, will be broadcast live from the Kennedy Center.

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    Art Directors Guild Honors Spielberg

    Academy Award-winning director Steven Spielberg will receive the Art Directors Guild Outstanding Contribution to Cinematic Imagery Award Feb. 11.

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    Malden Receives Monte Cristo Award

    Actor Karl Malden, who won an Oscar for his performance in "A Streetcar Named Desire," on Thursday received the Monte Cristo Award for his lifetime of stage work.

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    'Kong' Not A Monster On First Day

    Peter Jackson's "King Kong" shattered industry records in many foreign territories, but saw muted domestic opening -- just $9.8 million on its first day.

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    Roll Cameras: Louis C.K. Pilot a First for HBO

    HBO, which built its brand on such sharp, single-camera comedies as "Sex and the City," "The Larry Sanders Show" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm," is taking on the traditional network family sitcom format.