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    'Glee' Star Morrison's Summer Vacation Includes CD

    Matthew Morrison is taking a summer break from "Glee," but not from music. Morrison, who stars as glee club coach Will Schuester on the hit Fox series, planned to spend part of June in London working on his first solo CD.

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    Cruise to Revive 'Tropic' Character on Screen

    Tom Cruise is bringing his foul-mouthed, hairy-handed Hollywood producer character Les Grossman back to the big screen.

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    Follow Back Stage at Sundance This Weekend!

    Back Stage and the Screen Actors Guild are co-hosting a party at the Tweet House tonight on Main Street in Park City. Follow @BackStageCast for exclusive information and festival updates!

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    Conference Peers 20 Years Into Broadway's Future

    Will people still come to see shows in 2032? Will actors still be performing live? Will Times Square still be the crossroads of the world? Will "The Phantom of the Opera" still be open?

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    Irish 'Hamlet' Actor Slashed with Sword on Stage

    The audience thought Conor Madden, who was playing the title character, was still acting when he collapsed on stage with a gash beneath his eye, the Associated Press reports.

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    New Book About Movie Asks: Did They or Didn't They?

    Did Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie actually have sex while shooting the famously erotic scene from the 1973 thriller "Don't Look Now," directed by Nicolas Roeg?

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    "The seagull," gallery players

    2/11 and 2/12 from 7-10PM at The Gallery Players, 199 14th St., Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY.

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    Songs My Mother Taught Me

    "Songs My Mother Taught Me," presented by Canon Theatricals at the Canon Theatre, 205 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills. Thurs.-Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 2 & 8 p.m., Sun. 3 & 7 p.m. July 13-Aug. 31. $25-50. (310) 859-2830

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    Chicagoland Events

    Roadworks Moves Down the Road; Celebration at eta; Men in Tights; On a More Sophisticated Note...

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    AFTRA Expands Exec Staff

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) has named Jayne Wallace its first-ever national communications director. The union has also appointed AFTRA staffers Herta Suarez and Andy Schefman to newly created executive positions on the national staff.