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    Tomorrow's Playwrights Shown in Village Today

    New York theatregoers will have an opportunity this weekend to see the 11 winning entries of more than 600 submissions to this year's Young Playwrights, Inc. (YPI) National Playwriting Competition. YPI will present staged readings of the winning plays Thurs., March 29 though Sat., March 31, using professional directors ...

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    Corrections

    Last week's front page article, "League, Equity Agree on Tour Awards," misstated the name of the press representative for the League of American Theatres and Producers. Her name is Susan L. Schulman.

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    Mayor Tries to Avert Writers' Strike

    Mayor Richard Riordan is stepping up efforts to avert a strike by Hollywood actors and writers that could scuttle the fall television season and curtail movie making.

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    The 72 Percent Event

    For every dollar a man earns a woman earns seventy-two cents, according to the US Census Bureau.

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    Part I And the nominees should be...

    For five years now Back Stage West has honored the best in feature film casting, because for 73 years the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences has not.

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    HOLA, Sarita!

    HOLA, Sarita!

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    Another NJ Theatre Shut by Money Troubles

    The board of directors of the American Stage Company in Teaneck, NJ voted Tues., March 13 to cancel the final three plays of the season. It is the second Garden State regional theatre in six months to shutter productions for economic reasons. Last October, the Crossroads Theatre Company in New ...

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    Dennis Franz

    With his pumpkin smile and ham-hock fists, James Gandolfini as mob boss Tony Soprano is at once terrifyingly large and sharp-toothed yet playfully childlike—a combination that is in some way so very American. And America has, of course, fallen in love with this series, at the center of which ...

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    The Sopranos

    Each member of The West Wing cast brings a distinctive color to the White House palette. They play variations on the theme of serving their country, working together, and facing myriad personal and national crises. There's Martin Sheen's brusque but caring authority; Richard Schiff's clipped sarcasm; Dule ...

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    Sunset Scripts: West Coast Contest Welcomes All Tuners

    The California-based musical theatre group Broadway on Sunset (BoS) is now encouraging lyricists, composers, and librettists to submit new musicals to its First Look competition before May 1. Songs from selected finalists will be performed in a cabaret-style revue during the second annual West Coast Musical Theatre Conference in September ...