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    Mad Job

    Dear Tombudsman: I am a pissed-off out-of-work actor. I haven't had an audition in who knows how long and haven't worked since March. I take it personally when I don't audition and, more important, book jobs. I take my career aspirations seriously and don't buy into ...

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    The Fourth Sister

    In Janusz Glowacki's absurdist comedy, Chekhov's trio of sisters has made it to Moscow--and all three are now dreaming of Brighton Beach.

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    Tap Fusion: Seven Blessings

    Some things just do not mix, no matter how clever the treatment, like oil and water -- or tap dance and modern dance.

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    Orchestra Pit Unrest Could Prompt British Strike

    The specter of a possible musicians' strike was hanging over London theaters Wednesday because of the threat to jobs from "virtual orchestras."

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    Primus Prize Renewed

    The Francesca Primus Prize, which has been on hiatus since 2002, resumes in 2004 under the auspices of the American Theatre Critics Association (ATCA). The prize, awarded to women playwrights, lost its home at the Denver Center Theatre Company (DCTC) as a result of cutbacks in the company's new ...

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    Mary Shelley's Santa Claus

    "Mary Shelley's Santa Claus: Presence in Boxes," presented by Cornerstone Theater Company at the Furious Theatre at the Armory Northwest, 965 N. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 & 8 p.m. Dec. 6-22. $15. (213) 613-1700 x 33.

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    The Winter's Tale

    Known for perhaps the silliest stage direction of all time ("Exit, pursued by a bear"), Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" suffers from an identity crisis.

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    "1st Mondays" at Naked Angels

    Naked Angels is presenting the second of its new monthly reading series, "1st Mondays," on Monday, Nov. 4.