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    AFTRA L.A. Announces 2006 Election Results

    AFTRA Los Angeles has announced the results of its 2006 election of Los Angeles Local Board members and for AFTRA National Board members representing the region.

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    Three Things to Do With Your Tax Refund

    There's a good chance you're about to get your hands on a tidy sum of money, better known as your tax refund. Maybe you already have plans for it in the form of a new LCD television or an iPod. For actors, of course, the cost of such ...

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    A Trip on the Tony Time Machine

    Brock Pemberton, Perry's frequent producing partner, chaired a Wing committee to propose a tribute. An idea of a monument like a plaque, statue, or building was rejected in favor of a perpetual honor—an annual award for theatre people presented by their peers. The Wing's board would determine ...

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    Brittle, tightly wound, and always determined to

    Brittle, tightly wound, and always determined to put on a good face, Cross' Bree Van De Kamp manages to outrage and earn sympathy from audiences. The role has earned Cross two SAG Awards for her work in the ensemble, two Golden Globe nominations, and an Emmy nomination. In the hands ...

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    Bricolage Asks Audience to Choose Next Show

    At the end of a six-month series of staged readings, one a month, audiences will vote on their favorite play to receive a full production next spring.

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    Smith Back for Superhero Drama

    Will Smith is reuniting with the director of his next picture to shoot the action drama "Tonight, He Comes."

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    Lifetime Won't Pick Up 'Missing'

    Lifetime Television has decided not to pick up its one-hour drama series "Missing" for a fourth season.

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    The theatrical awards season continues its long, steady march toward the Tonys. The Touring Broadway Awards, presented by the League of American Theatres and Producers, handed three prizes to Wicked on Monday night, including best new musical, serving up a bit of redemption for the show, which was edged out ...

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    Study Finds Acting Keeps the Mind Sharp

    A husband-and-wife research team at Elmhurst College in Chicago has found that acting keeps the human brain active, alert, and healthy.