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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.

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    Bessies Bestowed on Downtown's Best

    The audience howled with delight as dancer-choreographer Doug Elkins masterfully mimicked Mark Morris, gallivanting about the stage in a long, curly wig, attempting to stage movements for aria-singing Varla Jean Merman (the creation of drag artist Jeffrey T. Roberson). Later, Elkins had spectators convulsing with laughter as he swatted the ...

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    Focus Session #1: Film Casting with Julie Swistak

    This one-hour session allows individual casting directors to share their personal approaches to their work and offer advice on getting called in and called back. So come armed with your headshot/resume and best questions!

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    Don Cheadle: Stealing the Show

    Don Cheadle isn't Easy. In 1995's Devil in a Blue Dress, Denzel Washington plays the laidback, don't-want-any-trouble, private dick Easy Rawlins with a slow swagger and a quiet dignity. But as events start to railroad poor honest Easy in a particularly messy investigation, he's forced to ...

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    Actors on the Street

    can't recall a time when one union undermined the work of another the way the national SAG leadership is undermining AFTRA. I've just received a post card from Ed Asner encouraging a no vote. He also coincidentally campaigned against merger several years ago, which would have guaranteed us ...

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    Wonderful World

    "Wonderful World," presented by and at the Laguna Playhouse, 606 Laguna Canyon Rd., Laguna Beach. Tues.-Fri. 7:30 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 2 & 7:30 p.m. July 28-Aug. 26. $38-45. (949) 497-2787.

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    Leguizamo Returns With 'Sexaholix'

    First there was "Mambo Mouth" and "Spic-O-Rama," done off-Broadway in the early 1990s. Then "Freak" on Broadway in 1997, which received a Tony nomination for best play.

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    Fringe Festival Round-Up!

    Come and check out our early reviews from the Fringe Festival. Now you'll know what that big fuss downtown is really all about!