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    America Ferrera Joins 'Invisible'

    America Ferrera has signed on to star in "An Invisible Sign of My Own," a coming-of-age drama that will also mark Marilyn Agrelo's first directorial effort since her breakout documentary "Mad Hot Ballroom."

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    Music Licensers Link Databases Internationally

    Faced with mounting pressure to improve complicated systems and to cut operating costs, three of the world's leading music licensing groups will develop a shared service center, one that will bring together certain back-office

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    Nadler Foresees Floor Battle to Save NEA

    Calls Speaker Newt Gingrich's Anti-Arts Stand a "Bluff"By Roger

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    OPEN MIKES AND SHOWCASES

    A survey of clubs, theatres, and other venues that are "open" to unsolicited comedy acts in varying degrees. Most allow performers to sign up on the night of performance; some require submissions and/or auditions, often well in advance of

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    Fall Forward. Rising Phoenix Repertory presents

    Fall Forward. Rising Phoenix Repertory presents Daniel Reitz's site-specific play, three intimate vignettes about life's sudden cataclysms, as part of the Sitelines Festival. John Street United Methodist Church, 44 John St., Manhattan. Noon. Info: www.risingphoenixrep.org or www.lmcc.net.

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    NBC, Fox Launch Online Video Site

    NBC and Fox are set to launch an online video site that hosts programming from varied entertainment companies in a bid to seize viewers from YouTube.

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    All About Agents

    or the actor just beginning his or her career, agents can seem like UFOs—just as hard to define as they are to get in your sights. Demystifying agents—and all industry types—is essential to moving forward in your career. Once you see them as regular people trying to ...

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    College alumni form theatre groups, with or without school support.

    In 2002 he was fresh out of Indiana University and had come to the city with classmate Tom Ridgely to start a theatre company. Their first show, called Lost in Yemen, or the Bizarre Bazaar, cost about $500 to produce, and it ran for one sold-out evening. But it was ...