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    Tony Tricks: Could the Awards Be Tarnished?

    Now that the Tony Awards have been distributed, this most unusual theatrical season ends. The run-up to the awards was unusual, too: In addition to the usual campaigning that productions engage in—the sending out of CDs, the pitching of last-minute stories, the circulating of rumors of what might close ...

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    ANALYSIS: SAG's Very Political--and Cancelled--Agents Meeting

    The Screen Actors Guild couldn't have picked a more politically fiery time for an emergency national board meeting on the volatile talent-agents franchise issue.

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    AGMA Names Dancer-Attorney As Exec, Counsel

    Deborah Allton, a New York City attorney and former Metropolitan Opera ballet dancer, has joined the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) as its national dance executive and counsel.

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    Equity Welcomes New Members

    Actors' Equity Association will welcome new members at a special function to be held in January.

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    Winter Weather Hurts Broadway

    January and February are Broadway's toughest months at the box office, and the frigid weather in New York City apparently has made things worse as three shows announced they would end their runs.

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    Egan Won't be ACT-ing After All

    It looks like Robert Egan has changed his plans. The Mark Taper Forum's producing director had announced in October that he would be leaving the Taper for a job at the helm of Seattle's A Contemporary Theatre this spring.

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    What Class Is Best for You?

    Choosing the right acting class can sometimes feel like looking for a needle in a stack of needles. First of all, there is the sheer quantity of classes available on the West Coast to grapple with—more than 400 in our listings alone. The proliferation of acting coaches in L ...

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    Report: HBO Suspends 'Sopranos' Filming

    HBO has suspended filming of "The Sopranos" due to a contract dispute with the show's star, James Gandolfini, newspapers said.

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    As You Like It

    How can "As You Like It" be performed by a cast of just six actors?

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    Labor of Love

    Writer Suzan-Lori Parks' adores her work--and soon SoCal audiences will finally get to see what that work is about.