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    Incumbent 'Wing' Surprises with Fourth Emmy Win

    Try as they might, Tony Soprano's mob just can't seem to dispose of President Bartlet's Oval Office staffers.

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    CORRECTIONS

    In our July 1 review of Cookin' at the Cookery, we erroneously referred to writer/director/choreographer Marion J. Caffey as a woman. Caffey is a man.

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    Drama Dispatch: Oct. 8, 2003: 'The Night Heron' plus Broadway Update

    Sexual and religious symbolism are rampant in a British play at Atlantic Theatre Company which attempts to mine Pinteresque menace. Also what's up with 'Sweet Charity' and 'The Color Purple.'

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    Rockettes, Radio City Settle

    Radio City Entertainment and the American Guild of Variety Artists (AGVA)—the union that represents the Rockettes—have signed a new multi-year contract, thus managing to head off a strike.

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    'Hell House' Spoof to Be Staged in L.A.

    Hell House, the controversial morality play first staged at a suburban church for Halloween, is set to be spoofed in a new stage production in Los Angeles starting Aug. 28.

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    Report: Foundations' Giving Slowing Down

    Two New York-based not-for-profit research organizations, the Foundation Center and Grantmakers in the Arts, have jointly issued a new report indicating that while the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 had a pronounced effect on arts and culture philanthropy during 2001 and 2002, the decline in giving wasn't as ...

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    Silver Nitrate

    The stage becomes a darkroom of sorts in playwright Cathy Caplan's "Silver Nitrate."

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    Putting 'Period Pieces' Together: A Newfangled Look at Age-Old Plays

    Throughout the course of history, people have been fascinated by stories that take place throughout the course of history. In other words, history repeats itself on the page, stage, and screen almost as often as it does in real life.

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    Harvey Tells Why Black Actors Make Less

    The economics of television advertising discriminate against black-oriented shows and those who work on them, says actor-comedian Steve Harvey.