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    Accepting Noms for Innovative Theatre Awards

    The New York Innovative Theatre (IT) Awards, a new organization which celebrates "artistic excellence in Off-Off-Broadway," is now accepting nominations for its three honorary awards.

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    Much Ado About Nothing

    At the Delacorte Theater, director David Esbjornson and his colleagues offer a blessed escape into a better, sweeter world than any of us can ever actually live in.

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    How do you cast chemistry, and is there any way actors can fake it?

    Los Angeles and New York; Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, The Kingdom, United 93, Holes, The Cooler, The Fugitive

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    G Rating for 'Dracula': Fangs for the Memories

    Before flying bloodsuckers, a Frank Wildhorn score, and decidedly mixed-to-negative reviews appeared on the Rialto's radar, the newly opened Broadway musical "Dracula" caused a stir when it was announced that Melissa Errico and Kelli O'Hara, who co-star opposite Tom Hewitt in the Des McAnuff-directed tuner, would appear nude ...

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    Execs will often consider whether a show appeals

    Execs will often consider whether a show appeals to advertisers' coveted demographic: 18-to-34-year-olds. Wehrenberg cited Scrubs as an example of a show that has never earned big ratings but has been kept on the air due to its appeal to the younger, edgier, hipper crowd.

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    Car Crash, Theft at L.A.'s Lillian Theatre

    On Saturday night, Sept. 2, a car crashed into the Elephant-Lillian Theatre complex on Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood.

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    Latino Film Fest Announces 2007 Lineup

    The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival returns to the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood Oct. 7-14 with a lineup of diverse films from Latin America, Spain, and Mexico.

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    Promoting 'Borat,' Cohen Hides in Plain Sight

    To moviegoers who flocked last weekend to the faux documentary of his cross-country U.S. road trip, Sacha Baron Cohen -- the creator of the cluelessly offensive Central Asian character "Borat" -- remains largely a figure of mystery.

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    The USA Talent Directory is the ultimate guide for entertainment professionals, offering contact information for more than 10,000 agencies and casting directors. Order your copy today!