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    First Lady Suite

    "First Lady Suite," presented by the Blank Theatre Company at the 2nd Stage Theatre, 6500 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m. Sun. 3 & 7 p.m. Mar. 9-Apr. 14. $30. (323) 661-9827.

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    ATA and SAG Turning Pact Into Volcano

    The Screen Actors Guild's franchise agreement with talent agents, a hot issue for over a year, has reached the molten lava stage

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    Will Black Wins at Oscars Have Impact?

    Discussing opportunities for minorities in show business after this year's Academy Awards

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    Michel Wallerstein. Stockholm.

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    Bus Stop

    A naked tree branch is framed outside the window of Grace's Diner in this new staging of William Inge's "Bus Stop." It's an apt touch. The classic tale of travelers stranded in a Kansas snowstorm is set in a season fraught with both the promise of warmth ...

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    Report: 18,000 jobs lost in biz

    Southern California's economy shed about 18,000 motion picture and television industry jobs last year, or nearly 12% of Hollywood's work force.

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    SAG warns actors of costs if ATA pact is voted down

    A report commissioned by the Screen Actors Guild projects that if its members vote down the tentative franchise agreement with the Association of Talent Agents in the coming referendum

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    ATCA Names Finalists for Steinberg New Play Award

    The American Theatre Critics Association (ACTA) announced six plays selected as finalists for 2001 American Theatre Critics/Steinberg New Play Award. With support from the Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, ACTA's award-winning playwright will receive a $15,000 cash award.

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    SAG board OKs agreement with talent agents

    Proponents of the franchise agreement reached by negotiators for the Screen Actors Guild and the Association of Talent Agents are breathing easier after SAG's national board voted by a slim margin to recommend the deal to its members.

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    Mr. Goldwyn

    Marsha Lebby and John Lollos' "Mr. Goldwyn"seems impeccably tailored for the talents of Alan King, for while he inhabits quite well the character of Samuel Goldwyn, the legendary Hollywood movie mogul, he's also a bit of himself to some degree.