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    Miss Write

    "Miss Write," presented by Foundry Theatre Works at the Secret Rose Theatre, 11246 Magnolia Ave., N. Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Mar. 7-Apr. 12. $20. (818) 754-4655.

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    In Short

    Free concert readings of five original plays, written by the winners of Ensemble Studio Theatre's New Voices Fellowship Program, will occur nightly from Sun., Jan. 19 through Thurs., Jan. 23.

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    Dance on Film Festival

    Six programs featuring dance on film will be shown at the Walter Reade Theater (165 West 65th St., plaza level) Fridays, Jan. 10 and 17, and Saturday afternoons, Jan. 11 and 18.

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    "Proof": Riveting Theatre

    Starting with superlatives leaves one no where to go, but from the moment of discovering this particular back porch in the college town of Hyde Park, outside Chicago, Tim Baumgartner has superbly 'set the stage' for a remarkable piece of theatre.

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    Movin' Out

    The concept of "Movin' Out" sounds like a formula dreamed up by a marketing hack rather than a Broadway showman.

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    Showroom

    Keith Lewis built the Cosden Morgan Agency on an unusual model outside L.A. Ten years later he's moved into the thick of things.

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    The Hustler

    It took 10 years to get Poolhall Junkies made. For its creator and star, Mars Callahan, it was worth the wait.

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    ShoWest Taps Lohman As Future Star

    Alison Lohman, who played Michelle Pfeiffer's daughter in Warner Bros. Pictures' "White Oleander," has been chosen as ShoWest 2003's Female Star of Tomorrow.

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    Liberty!

    "Liberty!," presented by BOTHarts and Hot Properties at [Inside] the Ford, 2580 Cahuenga Blvd. East, Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m. Jan. 18-Feb. 23. $15-20. (323) 461-3673.

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    West End Sees Revival

    A recent visit to London's West End amply demonstrated that it still boasts a theatrical vitality and variety that its counterpart in New York can only envy. A serious theatergoer could choose among Brecht and Weill's "The Threepenny Opera"; Gilbert & Sullivan's "HMS Pinafore," performed by the venerable D'Oyly Carte Opera Company at the theatre where it originally premiered; Shakespeare's "The Tempest" and "Macbeth"; plays by ...