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    What are You...Deaf?

    "What Are You...Deaf?," presented by and at Deaf West Theatre, 5112 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood. Thu.-Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 2 & 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m. May 15-June 20. $15-20. (818) 762-2773.

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    [Home] or the Quest for the Lost Tablet of Ur

    "[home] or the Quest for the Lost Tablet of UR" presented by Zoo District in association with Elephant Stageworks at the Lillian Theatre, 1076 N, Lillian Way, Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Apr. 23-May 22. $20. (323) 769-5674.

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    SAG Dues Campaign Heating Up

    With ballots due in a week, SAG members are being whipsawed by arguments for and against a proposed dues increase as a handful of opponents wage a campaign to defeat the proposal and guild leaders warn of the consequences should the hike fail.

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    Reeling in Your Demo CD

    For our annual Spotlight on Speech, Diction, and Voice-Overs, we spoke with casting directors and actors on putting your mouth where the money is.

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    Seniors Represented, Service Sham

    Dear Jack: Where can I find information on agents in Los Angeles and Orange County who deal primarily with seniors?

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    Man for the Season

    Matthew Modine knows it's all about the story--whether on the big or small screen.

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    IFC OKs Docu on L.A.'s Z Channel

    The Independent Film Channel has greenlighted a documentary from director Xan Cassavetes about the seminal cable outlet Z Channel.

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    Start from Scratch, Deceit Dispatch

    Dear Jack: I just recently got to L.A. and started auditioning. I acted in high school and college, but I don't have any professional credits yet. I am wondering if it is OK to lie on my resume?

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    NY, Calif., Mass. AGs Eye Nonprofit Reform

    The battle to force not-for-profits, including arts groups, to strengthen their fiscal accountability has moved from Congress, where it raged during 2003, to the states.

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    Let's Review

    As we race to the filing deadline, let's review the most asked about deductions an actor might be able to take while preparing his own return. We'll start with gifts and business meals. You may deduct the cost of a gift you give someone who has a business ...