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    Haimes Tapped as New Livent A.D.

    Livent, in a bid to restructure its senior management and restore shareholder confidence following the disclosure of "accounting irregularities" and the suspension of key execs Garth Drabinsky and Myron Gottlieb, has appointed Todd Haimes artistic

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    Joining a theatre company offers multiple

    Joining a theatre company offers multiple benefits. You make friends, which is of no small value when you've recently arrived and don't know a lot of people. Your fellow members—professional performers, like you—will know more about the L.A. acting scene and can fill you in ...

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    GENERALHEALTH AND FITNESS AFICIONADOS

    Healthmap Expo is one of the largest health, fitness, and nutrition expos to be held in the NY Tri-State area at Madison Square Garden May 2-4. This alternative medicine exposition seeks attractive, health-conscious actors and actresses for promotional activities beginning early April with prompt payment. Send resumes to: Spencer Productions ...

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    breakout talent

    s The Big Bang Theory's socially inept brainiac Sheldon Cooper, Jim Parsons is often called upon to spit out tongue-twisting mouthfuls of intricately crafted, physics-laced dialogue. That he does so and still manages to imbue it with meaning—and Sheldon's prickly, persnickety intentions—is nothing short of a ...

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    Lortel on Wrong PATH

    Proposal to Install New PATH Exits May Imperil Legendary Theatre

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    Broadway Show League

    The Broadway Show League played its ninth and final week of regular season games on Thurs., June 27. The All Star Games and Celebration Day games are scheduled for July 11, after which playoffs will begin. The scores were:

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    obituary

    Bruce Paltrow, 58, TV Producer-Director

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    The Women Behind Real Women

    When playwright Josefina Lopez sat in the audience for the first screening of Real Women Have Curves at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, it was the culmination of an 11-year struggle to bring her semi-autobiographical story to the big screen.

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    Hopkins New CIG Chairperson

    Executives of the Cultural Institutions Group—New York City's 33 publicly-owned arts facilities—have elected Karen Brooks Hopkins as the CIG's new chairperson. Hopkins is president of the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM).

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    Dickens Theatre Exhibition Opens

    Dickens Theatre Exhibition Opens