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    The Possession of Mrs. Jones

    "The Possession of Mrs. Jones," presented by Craig Poplar, Michelle Moretta, and Eden H. Wurmfeld at the Zephyr Theater, 7456 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood. Sat. 7 & 10 p.m. Jun. 18. Thu.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Jun. 23-Jul. 17. $25. (323) 960-7612.

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    Gay Old Time

    'Will & Grace' leaves the first-run air still generating laughs, still raking in Emmy nominations, still drawing big-name guest stars--and still quietly redefining the rules of primetime by demonstrating that a mainstream audience will not just accept but embrace gay characters in leading roles.

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    Black Theatre Fest to Honor Ossie Davis

    The 25th National Black Theatre Festival, featuring over 100 performances, workshops, and seminars—and a special tribute to the late Ossie Davis—will kick off Aug. 1 in Winston-Salem, N.C., transforming the small city into a thriving hub of African-American theatrical art.

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    Cox's 'Dirt' Drama Gets Picked Up

    FX has ordered a full season of the Courteney Cox drama pilot "Dirt."

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    Shawn, Orlandersmith Win PEN/Pels Foundation Awards

    Two playwrights also known for performing -- Wallace Shawn and Dael Orlandersmith -- are the recipients of the 2005 PEN/Laura Pels Foundation Awards for Drama.

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    When you purchase an annual PLAY7 pass for $27,

    When you purchase an annual PLAY7 pass for $27, you can see as many L.A.

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    MacDowell Wants Future for Older Actresses

    Actress Andie MacDowell said Wednesday she is saddened by Hollywood's obsession with youth, but has faith that as baby boomers get older they will demand to see actresses their own age on screen.

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    Topdog/Underdog

    "Topdog/Underdog," presented by the Center Theatre Group at the Mark Taper Forum, 135 N. Grand Ave., downtown L.A. Tue.-Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 2:30 & 8 p.m., Sun. 2:30 & 7:30 p.m. Feb. 12-Mar. 28. $33-47. (213) 628-2772.

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    Hollywood Icons: Nostalgia with a Serious Side

    Both nostalgia and plain old fun contribute to the ubiquitous presence of biographical dramas and comedies -- with their larger-than-life personalities engaged in desperately over-the-top antics.

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    Davitian Spies Role as KAOS Baddie

    Ken Davitian, who as producer Azamat Bagatov suffered the many indignities of Borat, has joined the all-star cast of Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow's big-screen adaptation of "Get Smart."