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    Last week the members of the Screen Actors Guild

    Last week the members of the Screen Actors Guild approved the union's first dues increase since 1999, raising base dues a modest amount while doubling the maximum salary that is subject to work dues. The measure was approved by an overwhelming margin—68 percent to 32 percent—though only ...

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    Broadway Looks at New 'Chorus' of Actors

    They entered, one by one, to stand on the bare stage of the Hudson Theatre — the new line in 'A Chorus Line."

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    Offbeat Comics Top Awards at USCAF

    Young stand-ups Kirk Fox and Shane Mauss, alternative performer Tim Minchin, sketch troupe Summer of Tears and solo performer Nilaja Sun were among the stage acts who won jury awards at the 13th annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival during the weekend.

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    People En Espanol Honors Jennifer Lopez

    While Angelina Jolie tops People's most beautiful issue, Jennifer Lopez graces the cover of the magazine's Spanish-language version.

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    SAG Noms Span Range, Styles

    Nominations for the 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Tuesday morning. SAG will honor its own at its 11th Annual Awards ceremonies on Saturday, Feb. 5 at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center. The event will be broadcast nationally on Turner Network Television (TNT) at 8 pm PT ...

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    Accepting Noms for Innovative Theatre Awards

    The New York Innovative Theatre (IT) Awards, a new organization which celebrates "artistic excellence in Off-Off-Broadway," is now accepting nominations for its three honorary awards.

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    Much Ado About Nothing

    At the Delacorte Theater, director David Esbjornson and his colleagues offer a blessed escape into a better, sweeter world than any of us can ever actually live in.

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    How do you cast chemistry, and is there any way actors can fake it?

    Los Angeles and New York; Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, The Kingdom, United 93, Holes, The Cooler, The Fugitive

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    G Rating for 'Dracula': Fangs for the Memories

    Before flying bloodsuckers, a Frank Wildhorn score, and decidedly mixed-to-negative reviews appeared on the Rialto's radar, the newly opened Broadway musical "Dracula" caused a stir when it was announced that Melissa Errico and Kelli O'Hara, who co-star opposite Tom Hewitt in the Des McAnuff-directed tuner, would appear nude ...