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    Judge to SAG pair: No Suit for You

    A federal judge has refused to allow two SAG members to sue the guild for conflict of interest over allowing some officers to simultaneously serve in AFTRA.

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    Having a Voice

    Dear Tombudsman: I met with a non-SAG Los Angeles agency that is interested in repping me for voiceovers. I have no experience in VOs. The agency offered to help me make my VO demo and put it on its agency house reel for a total of $600.Is this a ...

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    Immortality

    While the young among us may famously think they're immortal, by the time we hit 40 or so, that belief has usually evaporated.

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    Performers Learn the 'Business' At Back Stage's Actorfest Nov. 10

    Performers will get the opportunity to learn about many aspects of show business at Actorfest 2001, the annual expo presented by Back Stage. This year's event will take place on Sat. Nov. 10 from 9 am-5 pm at the Marriott Marquis, 1535 Broadway, between 45 and 46 sts., NYC.

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    fter nine seasons, those lovable and quirky

    fter nine seasons, those lovable and quirky Barones ended their masterful run on CBS much as they began it: loving, arguing, intruding, and more than occasionally slapping each other upside the head. Title character Raymond Barone (Ray Romano, upon whose comic routines the show is based), a sportswriter and father ...

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    Duff, Rosman Form Perfect Match for 'Perfect Man'

    They are not Tom and Katie or Brad and Angelina, but with their new movie "The Perfect Man," teen star Hilary Duff and director Mark Rosman are becoming something like a perfect power couple.

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    Equity, LORT Begin Talks

    Actors' Equity Association and the League of Resident Theaters (LORT) on Monday began negotiations on a new contract at the union's headquarters in New York City. Over 80 major regional nonprofit theatres nationwide operate under the pact, originally set to expire in late February and now extended to March ...

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    Big Al

    Unfortunately, Al Pacino, the "Big Al" of the title, is almost incidental to Bryan Goluboff's skimpy 90-minute comedy about male friendship.

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    All I Really Need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten

    "All I Really Need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten," presented by Actors Co-op at the Crossley Terrace Theatre, 1760 N. Gower St., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2:30 p.m. Sep. 23-Nov. 13. $18-23. (323) 462-8460.

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    Every year since 1976, on the basis of a recommendation by the American Theatre Critics Association, one nonprofit theatre in the U.S. has been awarded a Regional Theatre Tony Award. Not only has the honor long served as a high-profile industry acknowledgement of the recipients' achievements—say, nurturing new ...