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    As Voters Mull, SAG Presidential Candidates Push

    Screen Actors Guild members nationwide this week received their ballots for national elections of officers and board members. The mailings include "biographical sketches" of each candidate, which, as SAG explains in the mailing, are actually candidates' statements. A candidate's headshot accompanies each statement, which runs about 130 words.

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    STAGE & SCREEN : Live-Action Leading. Circle X exemplifies a new breed of L.A. theatre actor: onstage work as the main course, with film and TV on the side.

    While New Yorkers, Chicagoans, and even citizens of Seattle and San Francisco offer arched eyebrows and condescending smiles at the thought of a Los Angeles theatre scene, the highly talented denizens of Hollywood and its environs have quietly and steadily assembled one of the most thriving, eclectic, and energetic theatre ...

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    The Skinny

    It's that time of year, dear Skinny readers. Young development execs are rolling up their sleeves, scribes everywhere are throwing their best pitches, and production companies are aflurry with activity. Pilot season is fast approaching—so look below for all the recent deals, and don't be left behind.

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    Bye Bye, "Beauty" - Local talent Susan Egan made good in "Beauty and the Beast."

    In the West Coast premiere of the sexy tuner "Hello Again," she deals a blow to

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    List of Oscar Nominations

    Complete list of 74th annual Oscar nominations announced Tuesday in Beverly Hills, Calif., by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences:

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    Dance as Ever

    The male ballet dancer is rarely given the opportunity to perform solo works, dance pieces that make complete statements and develop choreographically through the performance of a single artist.

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

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    Boy Gets Girl

    Rebecca Gilman has written a highly effective thriller about a woman menaced by a man, with none of the tired paraphernalia of this familiar subgenre.

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    The Warriors

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    CORRECTIONS

    In the listing of shows in the Edge of the World Theater Festival (Back Stage West, 11/2/00), the author of the new play Sleepwalk was listed as "playwright/critic Daniel Cariaga." In fact, this is not the same Daniel Cariaga who reviews music for The Los Angeles Times ...