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    Small Craft Warnings

    "Small Craft Warnings," presented by Mesa Production Company of New Orleans, Urban Haze Productions, and the Evidence Room at the Evidence Room, 2220 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Aug. 7-Sept. 7. $15-20. (213) 381-7118.

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    Artios Get Affectionate

    The Casting Society of America puts on quite a show once a year, as the membership gathers to recognize its own for excellence in casting. While the award presentation is the main focus of the evening, the pre-show gathering—during which a dozen actors (including Joey Lauren Adams, Catherine Bell ...

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    Study: Arts Generate Many Businesses

    It seems self-evident to say that your local theatre company, dance troupe, and symphony help keep people employed. These groups, after all, hire actors, dancers, and musicians. And they hire administrative staffs and, quite often, technical staffs, too.

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    Veteran Actress Florence Stanley Dies

    Actress Florence Stanley, who was a regular on television shows including "Barney Miller," has died of complications of a stroke. She was 79.

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    Shakespeare SB Finds Historic Home

    Santa Barbara's Casa de la Guerra, a central historic landmark built in the 1820s, will be this summer's new home to Shakespeare Santa Barbara, which has previously performed its outdoor stagings at the Fess Parker Winery. The company will open its production of Twelfth Night Aug. 14, set ...

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    AGMA Counters Equity on 'Movin' Out'

    The American Guild of Musical Artists has countered Actors' Equity Association's attempt to negate the guild's efforts at gaining jurisdiction over the Broadway musical "Movin' Out."

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    IFP Gets Spirit a Little Earlier

    IFP/Los Angeles will jump-start the film awards season this year by announcing its nominations for the 2005 Independent Spirit Awards on Nov. 30, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.

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    Dodgers Go To Bat for OB

    After a season in which few, if any, Off-Broadway productions came close to profitability, Dodger/ Stage Holding has announced it's negotiating to convert a former Loews Cineplex Odeon on 50th Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues into an Off-Broadway entertainment complex containing five legitimate theatres.

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    Theater, Brown Work to Create School

    Brown University and Trinity Repertory Company are joining forces to create a school that will grant master's and doctoral degrees in theater.