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    Eastwood: Chose Acting Rookies for 'Gran Torino'

    For "Gran Torino," Clint Eastwood didn't choose a group of people making their film debut. He chose a group of people making their acting debut, going with unknown, untrained actors.

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    Lichtenstein to Resign Next Year as BAM President After 32 Yrs.

    Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) president Harvey Lichtenstein has announced that he will step down July 1, 1999 after over 32 years with the

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

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    Boy Gets Girl

    Rebecca Gilman has written a highly effective thriller about a woman menaced by a man, with none of the tired paraphernalia of this familiar subgenre.

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    The Warriors

    the space, 7070 Santa Monica Blvd., W. Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m. Mar. 30-Apr. 21.

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    CORRECTIONS

    In the listing of shows in the Edge of the World Theater Festival (Back Stage West, 11/2/00), the author of the new play Sleepwalk was listed as "playwright/critic Daniel Cariaga." In fact, this is not the same Daniel Cariaga who reviews music for The Los Angeles Times ...

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    n agreement to end the three-month-old Hollywood

    n agreement to end the three-month-old Hollywood writers strike could be ready in time to avoid disrupting the Oscars, but studios and the union are still debating the precise language, said two sources who asked to not be named.

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    Eight Ways to Stretch Your Dollars

    Has the strike slowed your cash flow? The Actors Fund provides tips on how to make your money last.

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    Something She Does

    Some theatregoers link Joanna Gleason with musicals, but she's equally adept at dramatic work and has been proving it for more than 30 years.