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    The Constant Wife

    The kind of comedy in which rich people sit around in terribly elegant drawing rooms making genteel remarks about each other's adulteries is not exactly the cutting edge nowadays.

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    The Play's the Thing in Valdez

    Established and emerging playwrights from around the nation will converge on Valdez, Alaska, June 18-26 for the 12th annual Last Frontier Theatre Conference, arguably the most important theatrical event in the 49th state—and rapidly making its mark as a significant contributor to the development of U.S. theatre.

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    'Frost/Nixon' Recoups Broadway Investment

    The play by Peter Morgan about the celebrated 1977 interviews between Richard Nixon and David Frost has recouped its $2.5 million investment, producer Arielle Tepper Madover announced Monday.

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    Gone

    Gone Solo?

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    Mary-Louise Parker's Career in High Gear

    On "Weeds," Nancy Botwin knows the everyday annoyances of modern life. Like, say, an anemic cell-phone signal when she needs to make a call.

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    I recently participated in a casting director

    I recently participated in a casting director workshop in Los Angeles. With every seat sold out to meet this prominent casting director, I felt overjoyed to be there. Eager, excited actors like myself filled every seat in the theatre, awaiting an opportunity to read, hone audition skills, and hear her ...

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    Harold R. Scott Jr., Artistic Director, Dies at 70

    Harold R. Scott Jr., an award-winning stage director who was the first African American to be named artistic director of a regional American theater, has died. He was 70.

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    Trio Checks Rates in 'Hostel 2'

    Lauren German, Heather Matarazzo and Bijou Phillips are in varying stages of negotiations to star in "Hostel 2," which Eli Roth is directing for Screen Gems.

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    The Upstream

    Broadway vets Alice Ripley, Gregory Jbara, Chad Kimball, and Robert Torti have found themselves a tight community in the West Coast premiere of Michael John LaChiusa's 'Little Fish.'

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