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    SAG rivals split on ATA deal

    It did not take long for the tentative franchise agreement reached last week between the Screen Actors Guild and the Association of Talent Agents to become a political hot potato in SAG's rerun election battle between presidential candidates Melissa Gilbert and Valerie Harper.

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    Keep Your Science Tight

    Plays with complex concepts and scientific jargon sometimes require substitution.

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    Back Stage's Regional Roundup

    Cincinnati/Louisville/ Indianapolis

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    Three Songs

    "Three Songs," presented by and at Fremont Centre Theatre, 1000 Fremont Ave., S. Pasadena. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m. July 27-Sept. 1. $16-18. (626) 441-5977.

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    Judy Garland--A Night in the Life...

    "This was double pow!" "Judy Garland--A Night in the Life...," presented by and at Actors Forum Theatre, 10655 Magnolia Blvd., N. Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m. July 11-Aug. 2. $20. (818) 506-0600.

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    AIMA Opponents Say SAG Leaders Withholding Info

    Those in opposition to the creation of the Association of International Media Artists have upped their rhetoric and likened the recent conduct of SAG leadership to that of a "totalitarian state."

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    Analyzing the Artistic Process

    Playwrights, performers, designers, choreographers, producers, and production teams converged to talk shop recently (April 29-May 1) at the City University of New York's Graduate Center.

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    The Secret of Steep Ravines

    If you've ever had a dream in which you were trying to distinguish between what was the dream and what was "reality," you may understand the mood and feeling of P.S. 122's "The Secret of Steep Ravines."

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    ENSEMBLE IN A DRAMA SERIES

    When 24 first premiered, a great deal of attention was paid to its actual time format, which was treated as more of a gimmick than a necessity.

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    'Antwone Fisher' Feted With Nods From PGA, BFCA

    Both the Producers Guild of America and the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. are singling out Fox Searchlight's "Antwone Fisher" for special honors.