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    The Dogs of Summer: A Tribute to Reservoir Dogs

    "The Dogs of Summer: A Tribute to Reservoir Dogs," presented by Pilot Light Productions in association with COLSAC at the Pilot Light Theatre, 6902 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Wed.-Thu. 8 p.m. Aug. 17-Sep. 22. $20. (323) 960-4418.

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    was that little girl who always said, "When I

    was that little girl who always said, "When I grow up, I wanna be an actress." I went to theatre camp, belted out show tunes to anyone who would listen, and flung my body every which way and called it dancing. By the time I reached high school, I was ...

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    Tall Horse

    Julie Taymor's "The Lion King" might just have to move over for a few days. There's a new magisterial theatrical beast in town: "Tall Horse."

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    Color Copies

    Dear Jackie: I have three quick questions for you. Demo reels: On video or DVD? Headshots: Black-and-white or color? Are these passing trends or the new norm?

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    Kennedy Center Grants $132,500 To Theatres, Writers

    Three American plays, all centering on multi-cultural themes, and the theatres that will premiere them have received $132,500 in grants from the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays.

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    Julia Roberts' Show Grosses Nearly $1M

    Julia Roberts was almost the million-dollar baby on Broadway last week.

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    Film Review

    Taking a slice out of his own life by using a painful breakup to craft a clever big-screen comedy, actor-writer Jason Segel has delivered a smartly observed, hilarious, and recognizable look at the drama and trauma of contemporary relationships. One of the original cast members of Judd Apatow's critically ...

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    Mayor Giuliani to Give Crystal Apples to Actors Sorvino, Broderick, Parker

    Mayor Rudolph Giuliani will present the Crystal Apple awards on Tues., June 8, to actor Paul Sorvino, and husband-and-wife thespians Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker.

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    NYSCA Announces Restructuring and a New Five-Year Plan

    The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) has announced a proposed long range plan aimed at restructuring the organization's goals and priorities. The decision to re-organize the grant-giving council's objectives, as well as adopting strategies to achieve them, was brought about by recent changes.

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