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    "Wild Party" Is Postponed Due To Casting

    Michael John LaChiusa's new musical, "Wild Party," will have to be postponed until casting is settled.

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    The Personal Growth of an Artist

    "The greatest voyage of discovery lies not in seeking new landscapes, but in seeing with new eyes."

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    Bark!

    "Bark!," presented by Bark Productions at the Coast Playhouse, 8325 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood. Thu.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m. Sept. 17-Oct. 24. $35. (800) 595-4849.

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    Local Unions to Gather

    The New York locals of Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists each hold their fall membership meetings next week.

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    Deco Diva

    Kara Wilson may be the ultimate hyphenate, bringing her talents as a writer, actor, singer, and artist to her portrayal of Tamara de Lempicka.

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    Michael St. Clair (1922-2001)

    Veteran character actor Michael St. Clair died on Nov. 22. He was 78 years old. St. Clair was on his way to a callback audition in Hollywood with commercial casting director Danny Goldman when he suffered a stoke and was taken to Cedars-Sinai Hospital, where he died the next day.

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    'Kong' Sets Sight on Box Office Throne

    He's already 25 feet tall and 8,000 pounds, but if Universal Pictures has its way, great ape King Kong is only going to get bigger.

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    National Arts Forums Take Aim At Issues

    In a tacit admission that the nation's arts organizations face a daunting yet similar set of challenges, Americans for the Arts, a nonprofit arts advocacy group, and the MetLife Foundation have announced a series of 20 national arts forums to take place from coast to coast during the remainder ...

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    DeGeneres' Talk Show Sweeps Daytime Emmys

    Ellen DeGeneres swept the Daytime Emmy awards, winning best talk show host while "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" picked up best talk show honors for the second straight year.

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    Life Like

    If you're playing Hamlet, you run little risk of ever crossing paths with the real guy—or with people who know him who can tell you if you got into his melancholy Danish head and represented him fairly. If, however, you're playing a real person—or a character ...