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    To bee or not to bee: The LAFF nods

    Forget spinning spider webs, think bees -- brain-wracking spelling bees.

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    IATSE, Ordway Ink New Pact

    Union Pulls Away from Strike at Minnesota Performing Center

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    Tennessee In The Summer

    "Tennessee in the Summer," presented by the Laurelgrove Theatre, in association with Bird in the Hand Productions, at the Laurelgrove Theatre, 12265 Ventura Blvd., Studio City. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m. June 14-July 27. $20. (818) 760-8368.

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    The Prince and the Pauper

    "The Prince and the Pauper" is a charming little musical that has just opened at the Lamb's Theatre, marking the reopening of that historic Times Square venue. Though purported to be for audiences of all ages, the show will appeal essentially to young audiences.

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    Derwent Goes to Hathaway, Robards

    One of the oldest and most prestigious honors in all of New York theatre, the Clarence Derwent Awards recognize the most promising male and female performers of each season. This year, Anne Hathaway has been cited for her performance in the City Center Encores! production of the Bob Merrill-Michael Stewart ...

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    Top 10 Canadians on U.S. TV Named

    Actors Raymond Burr, Jim Carrey and Michael J. Fox head a new list of the top Canadians in U.S. television compiled for this year's Banff Television Festival.

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    Win Two Tickets To The Shape Of Things!

    We're giving away two pairs of tickets to the critically acclaimed playThe Shape of Thingsby Neil Labute. The West Coast premiere runs through June 30th at the Laguna Playhouse, but you can win tickets for theJUNE 26THPerformance by answering the question below: To read the review from Back Stage ...

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    Kubrick 'Napoleon' Plan Set for Book

    Details on late director Stanley Kubrick's unfulfilled plans to make a movie about Napoleon will be published in a book next year, his family said.

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    Tribeca Film Festival Opens

    When Robert De Niro and his business partner, Jane Rosenthal, tossed around the idea years ago of staging a film festival, they envisioned something small and urban.