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    Lifetime Finds More 'Missing'

    Lifetime Television has ordered an additional six episodes of its Sunday night drama series "Missing," which stars Vivica A. Fox, Caterina Scorsone,Mark Consuelos and Justin Louis as FBI agents.

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    DON'T PAY TO PLAY.

    Remember: Managers and agents make money after they get you work. Never pay a fee to be represented, submitted, or considered for a role. If you do, the only thing you're being considered is an easy mark.

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    Valenti Hopeful on Talks

    MPAA president Jack Valenti was at Cannes last week, spreading the word that he is "jubilant, grateful, thank you God" for the settlement of the Writers Guild contract and "now more optimistic of a successful conclusion" to the Screen Actors Guild contract negotiations at the end of May.

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    top 40 singers

    Talent scout is seeking singers (Top 40) for possible record deal. Possible pay for upcoming projects. Must be serious. Call Ignasio Ranchik at (888) 889-7906.

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    "SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN"

    Rob Jones (prod.) is accepting submissions for Scientific American, a digital comedy about finding love through periodicals. Four-day shoot starts Feb. 16. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Musical Chairs

    "Musical Chairs," presented by and at El Portal Center's Circle Theatre, 5269 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 2 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Aug. 24-Sept. 23. $25. (818) 508-4200.

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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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    Sondheim Fête Directors Announced

    The president of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Michael M. Kaiser, recently announced the four directors and six musicals chosen for The Sondheim Celebration, a Kennedy Center production of works written and composed by Stephen Sondheim. Performances will take place throughout the spring and summer of ...

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    Free "Much Ado About Nothing"

    As part of the West Side Community Garden's Arts and Crafts Festival on Sat. Sept. 26, the Manhattan Shakespeare Company will present an outdoor script-in-hand performance of "Much Ado About Nothing" at 2 pm.