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    Cruz's New Roles Combine Beauty and Brains

    Penelope Cruz may have stayed away from Los Angeles early in her career because of the difficulty actresses can have finding roles that combine beauty and brains. Or maybe, as she puts it, it was simply because dinner arrived at the wrong time.

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    Entertainers Plan Gennaro Memorial

    Singer Judy Collins, dancer Chita Rivera and cabaret star Barbara Cook are among the entertainers scheduled at a memorial performance on Monday at the Broadhurst Theatre that will celebrate the life of Broadway dancer-choreographer Peter Gennaro.

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    Writers Guild Yeas FCC Study

    "The FCC has set down the path to shaping the rules for what every American will see on TV and in movies or read in newspapers or on the Internet for much of this new century," Victoria Riskin, president of the Writers Guild of America west, said last week.

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    NYTW Offers Artists-of-Color Fellowships

    New York Theatre Workshop is accepting applications for its artists-of-color fellowships, which include residencies for both emerging and early-career writers, directors, and designers. This is the eighth season the company has offered the fellowships.

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    Dance Theatre of Harlem's Variety

    Dance Theatre of Harlem's Variety

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    Urban Legends

    As the fall picks up steam, it's great to receive so many press releases and invites. (Have you sent yours? Make sure to give four weeks notice, or at least mail as early as you can.) Since fall is a time when there's always an increase in materials ...

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    Comedy of Errors

    No doors slam in The Aquila Theatre Company's production of William Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors," but the show exudes from start to finish both the madcap air and split-second timing of grand farce

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    Incumbent 'Wing' Surprises with Fourth Emmy Win

    Try as they might, Tony Soprano's mob just can't seem to dispose of President Bartlet's Oval Office staffers.

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    CORRECTIONS

    In our July 1 review of Cookin' at the Cookery, we erroneously referred to writer/director/choreographer Marion J. Caffey as a woman. Caffey is a man.

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    Drama Dispatch: Oct. 8, 2003: 'The Night Heron' plus Broadway Update

    Sexual and religious symbolism are rampant in a British play at Atlantic Theatre Company which attempts to mine Pinteresque menace. Also what's up with 'Sweet Charity' and 'The Color Purple.'