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    Actorfest in New York Arrives Nov. 20

    Actors can join top commercial, stage, television, and film casting directors—including Donna DeSeta, Joseph McConnell, Wendy McSwain, and Todd Thaler—along with talent agents and other entertainment professionals at this year's Actorfest New York, Back Stage's annual trade show for performers. A ticket to the gathering includes ...

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    tage of nepotism—its family includes Photoshop, the No. 1 photo editing application, and After Effects, a beloved motion-graphics tool.

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    Play7

    When you purchase an annual PLAY7 pass for $27, you can see as many L.A.-area plays as you want from the list of 25 member companies for only $7 per ticket.

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    A Thespian and a Gentleman

    Richard Gere's public image has mellowed while his craft has steadily sharpened.

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    Heart of a Dog

    "Heart of a Dog," presented by Elephant Stage Works at the Lillian Theatre, 1076 N. Lillian Way, Hollywood. Fri.-Sat 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Oct. 15-Nov. 21. $15-25. (323) 960-5563.

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    'The Producers' Set for Silver Screen

    Mel Brooks' production company, Brooksworks, LLC, has announced that the much anticipated $45 million film version of his hit musical "The Producers" will be filmed in New York City at Steiner Studios, the new, 280,000-square-foot, 15-acre film complex rising at the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard. "The Producers" is the ...

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    Waltzing with Death

    "Waltzing With Death," presented by Dance With Me Productions at the Studio Stage Theatre, 520 N. Western, Ave., Hollywood. Tue.-Thu. 8 p.m. Sept. 21-Oct. 28. $15. (323) 651-4182.

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    Hollywood Fest to Fete Bening, DiCaprio

    Annette Bening and Leonardo DiCaprio have been tapped for top honors at the upcoming Hollywood Film Festival.

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    'T4' Producers Hope Schwarzenegger 'Will Be Back'

    He has his hands full as governor of Kah-lee-forn-ee-ah, but producers of the next "Terminator" movie are talking to Arnold Schwarzenegger in hopes that he'll be back for at least a small role, a spokesman for backers of the film said on Friday.

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    Harlem Dance Theatre on 'Hiatus'

    The beleaguered Dance Theatre of Harlem announced Tuesday that it would take a "hiatus," laying off 44 dancers and shutting down the company until next July.