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    Charles in Charge

    If an actor ever disappeared into a role, it's Jamie Foxx as Ray Charles. He does it not only by his talent—the extent of which audiences may be shocked to discover—but also by a fortunate set of circumstances: He's got the right look, the right cultural ...

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    Petrie, Hughes face off in WGAW election debate

    The only debate preceding the WGA West election drew a stronger-than-usual turnout for what members described Thursday as a thoughtful and civil discussion of the most pressing issues facing the union.

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    The Architect Of Destiny

    Mark (a very amiable Simon Helberg) is a pathetic, twentysomething nebbish who thinks his life is a mess.

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    Cabaret

    "Cabaret," presented by and at The Chance Theater, 5552 E. La Palma Ave., Anaheim. Thu.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. Jul. 1-Aug. 14. $22-40. (714) 777-3033.

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    'Sideways' Leads Nominees for SAG Awards

    "Sideways" led contenders Tuesday for the Screen Actors Guild Awards with four nominations, including honors for lead performer Paul Giamatti and the ensemble cast.

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    Action Pics Lack Kick

    In any other summer, "The Island" and "Stealth" might have struck box office gold because they represent the kind of fare that has come to define the lucrative moviegoing season.

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    National Arts Forums Take Aim at Issues

    Americans for the Arts and the MetLife Foundation have announced a series of 20 national arts forums to take place from coast to coast during the remainder of 2005.

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    DanceBreak Application Deadline Nears

    Now in its fifth year, DanceBreak offers the next generation of Broadway choreographers the opportunity to showcase their work for directors, producers, artistic directors, and other industry leaders in the hope that collaborations will emerge and careers will take off.

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    Theatre, Now and Then

    Recently, playwright Edward Albee, actor Richard Thomas, and producers Elizabeth I. McCann and Martin Richards gathered at a midtown restaurant to talk. The freewheeling conversation covered the extraordinary cost of mounting a show, the evolving role of the producer, the need to develop young and multicultural audiences, and their own ...

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    21 Stories: A Broadway Tale

    "Stop it! Why does everything have to be a musical with you?" screams one character to another in "21 Stories: A Broadway Tale."