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    Who Killed Woody Allen?

    "Who Killed Woody Allen?," presented by the Empty Stage Theatre Company at the Improv Olympic West, 6366 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Wed.-Sat. 8 p.m, Sun. 3 p.m. Sept. 22-Oct. 3. $18. (323) 960-4412.

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    Nonprofit Reforms in Flux

    Federal oversight of not-for-profit organizations, including arts groups, is facing increased scrutiny, with the Internal Revenue Service intensifying enforcement of current regulations and the Senate Finance Committee mulling new laws to prevent fraud and other abuses.

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    'Commander in Chief' Returns from Absence

    What does a woman president want? The same thing a man holding the office does — a second term.

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    Goodnight Children Everywhere

    "Goodnight Children Everywhere," presented by the Chance Theatre Repertory Company at the Chance Theatre, 5552 E. La Palma Ave., Anaheim. Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 4 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. May 8-June 13. $15-17. (714) 777-3033.

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    Managing Editor Dany

    Managing Editor Dany Margolies

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    SAG Dues-Hike Ballot Period Ends Tuesday

    Members of the Screen Actors Guild must cast their votes by Tues., June 1 on a new dues increase.

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    Pulitzer Prize Broadens Criteria for Music

    The Pulitzer Prize music judges, hoping to encourage a broader range of entries from American composers, may soon be saying hooray for Hollywood -- and all that jazz.

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    Senators Rebuke FCC

    The Senate Commerce Committee approved legislation last week that seeks to restore media ownership restrictions the FCC eased earlier this month.

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    Ujamaa Black Theatre's 'Gospel' Anniversary Sept. 28

    The Ujamaa Black Theatre will present its 22nd anniversary of "A Gospel of the Harlem Renaissance," written and directed by Titus Walker on Sat., Sept. 28, 8 pm at The Lamb's Theatre (130 W. 44th St.).

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    Soul Workout

    Therapy can be a way for actors to better understand what holds them back from fully embracing their lives and their art.