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    Art may be good for the soul, but it seems acting

    Art may be good for the soul, but it seems acting is also good for the brain. Helga and Tony Noice of Elmhurst College in Illinois have been testing, researching, and writing about actors' remarkable memories for most of their 36-year marriage. Tony, an actor and theatre professor, has found ...

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    Editor-in-Chief Sherry Eaker

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    Stage Directions earns NAACP nods

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    Start here

    So you've gotten as far as the agent interview—congratulations! No matter how worried you are, remember that the agent saw something in you that he or she liked, or you wouldn't have been invited into that office. Your photo, résumé, referral, or—even better—your work has ...

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    The Caretaker

    "The Caretaker," presented by Bob's Your Uncle Productions, in association with Applearts Productions at the Zephyr Theatre, 7456 Melrose Ave., L.A. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Feb. 12-Mar. 20. $20. (323) 852-9111.

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    Cue You

    What do stage managers want? As the new year begins, I asked a random sampling of professional stage managers just that—their wishes for 2005. Their answers, in a nutshell: Continued work. Peace. The health of the nonprofit theatre. But they were also eager to discuss their role in the ...

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    Off the Wire 03/17/05

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    'Idol' Promises Half the Slots to Men

    "American Idol" turned into the battle of the divas last season. This year, male contestants are getting a little help.

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    AFTRA Reports Increased Membership, Revenue

    AFTRA reported increased membership and improved fiscal health at its annual face-to-face Plenary Board meeting this past weekend.

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    Signs of the Times--An Evening of Shel's Shorts

    "Signs of the Times: An Evening of Shel's Shorts," presented by GuerriLA Theatre at the Kutting Room, 1221 2nd St., Santa Monica. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m. July 23-Aug. 28. $20. (323) 650-2493.