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    Stars Have 'Great Expectations' For Reading

    Broadway has some great expectations -- or at least it might have some in the near future.

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    Review: 'Top Girls'

    Back in 1982, when Caryl Churchill'sTop Girlsfirst roiled British and American theatre, the work was, as the Brits say, spot-on.

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    younger woman whose quirky babbling and

    younger woman whose quirky babbling and dumb-blonde exterior cover a wise and shrewd manipulator who somehow always nails the truth. The actor's wife, a successful TV talk show booker, finds her husband and the woman together in their home one afternoon, and from there it's downhill all the ...

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    Smith, Muccino Reteam for 'Tonight, He Comes'

    Helmer Gabriele Muccino is reteaming with Will Smith for Columbia Pictures' action drama "Tonight, He Comes."

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    Christopher Zalla's immigration saga Padre Nuestro was awarded the Sundance Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize for best drama at the conclusion of the 30th annual fest on Jan. 27 in Park City, Utah. Jason Kohn's story of corruption in Brazil, Manda Bala (Send a Bullet), earned the ...

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    Can Older 'Idol' Singers Find Success?

    When "American Idol" contestant Taylor Hicks belted out "Living for the City," there was scant age difference between the singer and the 32-year-old song.

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    'Karamazov' Plows Competition at LADCC

    Choral marching themes from the 1966 filmThe Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Comingwould have provided ideal mood music at the 38th annual Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards ceremony.

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    ABC Rebukes Washington for Anti-Gay Comment

    ABC and Touchstone TV on Thursday responded to the latest controversy surrounding Isaiah Washington, reprimanding the "Grey's Anatomy" co-star for his use of an anti-gay epithet backstage at the Golden Globes.

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    Credit 'The O.C.' for Bringing Teen Angst Back

    "The O.C." brought dramatized adolescent angst back to TV, gave the tabloids fresh faces like Barton and Rachel Bilson, and boosted pop artists by showcasing their music -- or just mentioning them.