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    A Flea In Her Ear

    "A Flea in Her Ear," presented by Two of a Kind Productions at the Ivy Substation, 9070 Venice Blvd., Culver City. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. July 20-Sept. 8. $18. (818) 366-6538.

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    "BODY CHECKS" IN AUDITIONS?

    Back Stage Westis interested in speaking with actors--male and female--who have been asked in auditions to have "body checks" or "breast checks" or to disrobe in any way for producers, directors, or casters.

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    Returning Shows

    ABCDharma and GregThe Drew Carey ShowThe JobMy Wife and KidsNYPD Blue

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    NY Film, TV Production Off, Post-Production Up

    With so much carnage from the World Trade Center bombings, the loss of film production in New York City has been scarcely noticed except by those who make their living in that business. It is unlikely that filming on the city's streets will bounce back to its previous level ...

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    Labor Rehab Council Returns to New York

    The Central Labor Rehabilita-tion Council has been the "Social Service Arm of the Trade Union Movement" in New York City for 37 years. In recent years, however, the Council suffered several setbacks. In 1998, it lost its State Funding; funding through the United Way was reduced and other sources of ...

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    I'm Angie." This is how Angelina Jolie—a

    I'm Angie." This is how Angelina Jolie—a woman who needs no introduction—introduces herself. Jolie is many things: a humanitarian who has been a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations since 2001, a doting mother to four young children. And she's an actor—an amazing one at ...

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    Strike's New Targets: Pickets continue as feds arrange N.Y. meet.

    At the request of federal mediators, the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists will send their chief negotiators to New York on June 13 to meet with ad industry representatives for the first time in two months. SAG president William Daniels, however, has cautioned that ...

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    Regional Theatre Leaders Take a Big Bite From the Big Apple

    A panel discussion on approaches to actor training with five of the top acting teachers in New York. A visit to the Actors Studio and a discussion by its members. A talk with cast members of a current Broadway play on changes in the acting profession.

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    Sheen: Top Paid Among TV Actors

    A pair of stars from two of the network's top-rated programs rank as the two highest-paid actors on prime-time television, raking in well over $500,000 an episode each.