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    'Forbidden Broadway' Takes a Break in Mid-January

    The long-running musical revue will close Jan. 15 after more than a quarter-century of spoofing Broadway shows and stars, its creator Gerard Alessandrini announced Thursday.

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    Executive Editor Dany Margolies

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    This week, check out the 22nd Santa Barbara

    This week, check out the 22nd Santa Barbara International Film Festival. From panels on directing, screenwriting, producing, and women in Hollywood to the more than 250 feature films and shorts, there are plenty of enticing choices. "Conversations With..." events feature actors such as Sacha Baron Cohen, Djimon Hounsou, and Jackie ...

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    book REVIEW

    If you're hoping to learn how Naomi Karz Jacobs went about founding the West Coast Jewish Theatre in 1993, or if you're looking to be inspired by one woman's deep and abiding love for Jewish culture and theatre, this isn't your book. Rather, it's a ...

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    Jordan Harrison: Living the Airport Terminal Life

    Playwright Jordan Harrison may be a veteran of Actors Theatre of Louisville's annual Humana Festival, but that doesn't mean he no longer has butterflies.

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    CASTING NOTICE POLICY

    Casting deadlines are Tuesdays at 12noon for the issue which is on the newsstand on Thursday, but we strongly urge you to bring your notices to us by 4PM

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    nimated features made with computer-generated

    nimated features made with computer-generated imagery just might provide the rope Hollywood needs to haul itself out of the red. When an $80 million kids' movie about prehistoric high jinks dominates the box office four weeks straight, raking in $504 million, it's time to wake up and smell the ...

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    Spielberg to Receive DeMille Award

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association will honor Steven Spielberg with the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 65th annual Golden Globes.

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    Nonprofit Bonuses in Philly

    Theatres and other performing arts organizations have always been concerned with attracting the finest artistic talent, but now they also appear to be actively pursuing and retaining the best business minds as well. This is just one of the findings that emerged from a 2001 survey of employee compensation and ...

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