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    Rep This!

    Actors can't get far in this town without representation. The business of agents and managers has changed in recent years—but have the rules changed, too? Do actors need both an agent and a manager, and which should they land first? How do agents and managers work together—and ...

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    Edie Falco Signs on for Showtime Series

    Moving beyond Carmella Soprano, Edie Falco has signed on for a Showtime comedy where she will play a New York City nurse.

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    What do you do when the person auditioning you is rude, even insulting? If you go out on enough auditions, you will eventually encounter some less-than-amiable and perhaps less-than-competent people who have the title casting director.

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    Celebrating O'Neill

    Dramatists and Actors Take a Long Day's Journey into Legacy of Theatre Genius

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    *CRITICS PICK 2/27

    As You Like It, presented by the Circus Theatricals Studio Ensemble at the Lex Theatre, 6760 Lexington Ave., L.A. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Through Mar. 15. $15. (310) 226-6105.

    Belfast Blues, presented by Virtual Theatre Project, in association with and at the Black Dahlia ...

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    High Art Meets Tabloid TV in Opera

    One of the hottest tickets at this year's Edinburgh Fringe festival features expletive-spitting louts, a man clad only in a diaper, a talk show host and Satan. Naturally, it's an opera.

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    B'way, OB Square Off in Drama League Noms

    There was no shortage of critically acclaimed Broadway and Off-Broadway shows this year, and the nominations for the 70th annual Drama League Awards reflect that abundance. At the same time, in what seems to be a significant departure for the esteemed not-for-profit organization, several high-profile productions were left off this ...

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    DON'T PAY TO PLAY.

    DON'T PAY TO PLAY.

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    ACTRA, CBC Ink Deal Through 2005

    After three days of bargaining, Canada's actors union and the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. said Friday they have a new two-year collective bargaining agreement through 2005.