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    Harris on Hold with Deal at ABC, Touchstone

    Laura Harris has inked a talent holding deal with ABC and Touchstone TV.

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    DurangDuo

    "DurangDuo," presented by Theatrical Enterprises LA at Open Stage West, 14366 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 & 7 p.m. Aug. 5-14. $12. (562) 790-2311.

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    Benjamin King Says I Do to 'Wedding'

    Benjamin King has joined the cast of "The Wedding Planners," David E. Kelley's new series for Fox.

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    Yellow Pages

    Back Stage has the 411 for everything from rehearsal halls to voice-over coaches in our P&S Directory.

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    Would You Vote for Strike Authorization?

    SAG is getting closer to asking its members for the authorization to strike over the expired television and theatrical contract. What do you think?

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    Industry Insider

    If you're lucky enough to score an audition with writer-director Scott Frank, there's one thing he wants you to know: Don't be afraid to challenge him. "I love actors who can talk about the story and who can interpret something in a way you don't expect ...

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    TNA Names New Executive Director

    Theatre for a New Audience has named Jaan W. Whitehead as its first executive director. Whitehead will begin in the post on Sept.

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    New York State Filmmaking Rises

    A dramatic rise in shootings in New York over the past year has led to congratulations from Gov. George Pataki. But the activity doesn't involve crime. The gov is celebrating an increase filming in the State of New York, and a rise in jobs as a result.

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    Cast Changes

    On March 2, "Cabaret" said "Wilkommen" to two new faces. On Tuesday, Boyd Gaines took over the role of Clifford Bradshaw. Gaines was last seen in the Roundabout productions of "She Loves Me" and "Company." Also on that date, Mary McCormack, took over for Jennifer Jason Leigh as Sally Bowles.

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    Sexual Politics: Words...

    "What we're seeing now-and it's reflected in the women's plays-are women redefining what feminism is and what they