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    Serial Killers

    "Serial Killers," presented by Padraic Duffy, Hans Gelpke, Joe Jordan, and Jesse Marion at Sacred Fools Theater, 660 N. Heliotrope Dr., Hollywood. Sat. 11 p.m. Jul. 23-Aug. 20. $10. (310) 281-8337.

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    Hugh Hefner Approves Movie About His Life

    Hugh Hefner turned a $600 investment and a picture of Marilyn Monroe into one of the most successful publishing empires in history. Now the Playboy founder's wild life is being turned into a film that will look at his social activism and sexual exploits.

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    TCG Announces Grant Deadlines

    The Theatre Communications Group (TCG) has announced the application deadline for its next round of grants for the National Theatre Artist Residency Program and the NEA/TCG Career Development Programs for Directors and

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    Actor Lloyd Bochner Dies at 81

    Actor Lloyd Bochner, best known for his roles as Cecil Colby on TV's "Dynasty" and in the classic "To Serve Man" episode of "The Twilight Zone," has died. He was 81.

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    "HAPPY FLOWER"

    Lajos Petro (prod.) is accepting submissions for Happy Flower, a non-sync-sound 16mm short for Chapman University. Dir. Dave Conseco. Eight-day shoot starts Mar. 8. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    California's Employment Development Department announced March 21 that employment in the motion picture and sound recording sector rose 8.7 percent in February to 114,300. The state noted that jobs in the information sector rose by 9,000 to 194,800, with most of the gain due to ...

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    Storytellers

    From the trouble with showmancing to acting as an addiction, you'll be laughing along with our actor columnists.

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    ACTRA Honors Paul Gross

    Noted Canadian actor-writer-director Paul Gross will receive the 2005 ACTRA Toronto Award of Excellence, presented by ACTRA Toronto Performers.

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    Project

    Four high-powered suits who are ruled by their ambition and prejudice battle to reshape a new corporation in "Project," a terse, brutal, beautifully written drama in the style of David Mamet and Harold Pinter.

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    Introductions, Please

    There's a lot of busywork involved in marketing yourself as an actor. Done for the first time, some of it can feel like fun: feeling like you're finally moving a step closer to becoming a working actor. Then, after a few weeks with no promising response to your ...