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    Acting Internships

    What do the Broadway casts of Mary Poppins, Wicked, South Pacific, Mamma Mia!, and Legally Blonde have in common? They all feature performers who were once interns at summer theatres.

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    Sonnenfeld Helming NBC Legal Thriller

    After losing out on the Sonnenfeld-directed medieval fantasy "Kingdom" to CBS last month, NBC has lured Barry Sonnenfeld to helm a legal thriller penned by Luke Reiter.

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    SKiNNY

    You see it, too: The first leaves are changing hue. Now that it's officially fall, it's a good time to get inside, get serious, and learn something new to propel your career. Here is a list of seminars and talkbacks taking place this week.

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    'Lying' Adds Sevigny to Young Cast

    Oscar-nominated Chloe Sevigny has joined the ensemble cast of "Lying," currently shooting in upstate New York, the producers said Friday at the American Film Market.

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    Carolyn Hennesy Pretty Funny

    I adore funny women. Each is funny in her own way. One thing you can almost say across the board, however, is that funny women rarely, if ever, remind you of Jackie Kennedy. The whole notion of combining emotional reserve and classic beauty with comedy almost seems antithetical. Usually the ...

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    "2ND CHANCE"

    Michael J. Holland (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for 2nd Chance. Prod. Bill Wynn. Performances run Apr. 3-29 at the Stella Adler Theatre. There is some pay.

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    Buckleys Resonating with Hollywood Producer

    A script currently making the rounds in Hollywood could further build interest in a pair of musicians, father and son, whose posthumous reputations have remained durable.

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    WGAW Looks to Halt Reality 'Sweatshop'

    WGA West launched a campaign Monday to organize reality television writers, producers and editors in pursuit of better contracts.

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    L.A.-Area Showbiz Takes Hit

    Although local production remained robust, Los Angeles' entertainment economy struggled in the first half of this year amid foreign incentives and a slumping boxoffice.

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    Equity, CORST Agree

    Actors' Equity Association has tentatively agreed to a new five-year pact with the Council of Resident Stock Theatres (CORST). In 2000-01, the pact generated 2,500 workweeks and $1.6 million in earnings for Equity members.