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    The Skinny

    Plenty of opportunities for the musically inclined in this week's Skinny. All you tone-deaf actors out there will have to sit this one out.

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    Actors Studio Appoints Three as Directors

    The New York-based theatrical workshop the Actors Studio has appointed board members Carlin Glynn, Lee Grant, and Stephen Lang to serve as co-artistic directors. Ellen Burstyn, Harvey Keitel, and Al Pacino remain as co-presidents, and Deborah Dixon will continue as executive director.

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    Foxx, Swank Lead SAG Noms

    Nominations for the 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Tuesday morning. Jamie Foxx and Hilary Swank led as multiple nominees. The stars and ensembles of the feature films "Sideways," along with "The Aviator," "Finding Neverland," "Hotel Rwanda," "Million Dollar Baby," and "Ray" received noms in several categories.

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    "damn yankees," park players

    2/15 & 2/16 from 7-9PM at Union Hill High School, on 38th St. btwn. Hudson and Park Ave., Union City, NJ.

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    New Dance Theatre Workshop Digs Almost Done

    "We're nearing completion—the building is up," beamed David R. White, Dance Theatre Workshop's executive director and producer, the man whose 27-year tenure reaches a pinnacle with the grand unveiling of a new, state-of-the-art West 19th Street headquarters. DTW will occupy four floors (one below grade) and 27 ...

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    WGAW chief: Franchise deal needed for talent managers

    Writers Guild of America West president Vicki Riskin added an unexpected twist to the ongoing turmoil over representation for Hollywood's creative community by proposing the implementation of a franchise agreement for talent managers.

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    Aspen Comedy Fest Honors Hollow Men

    British sketch comedy troupe the Hollow Men, Demetri Martin's one-man show "If I ...," and standup comedian Loni Love were among the big winners at the awards presentation that closed the 9th annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival here Saturday.

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    Ballots, Views Mailed

    The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) mailed out ballots this week on the proposed new three-year, $200 million feature film and TV pact, known as the Television/Theatrical contract.

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    What Do You Want From SAG in 2005?

    What issues should Screen Actors Guild focus on in 2005? We asked a diverse group of working actors to share their ideas. From health care to DVD residuals, their concerns represent a broad range of the many issues facing actors today. Here are their thoughts in their own words.

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    L.A. Production Spike Continues

    Feature film and television production in the Los Angeles region continued to rise last month amid early indications that the trend will continue through the spring, the Entertainment Industry Development Corp. said Wednesday.