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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

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    Aim Fire

    "Aim Fire," presented by The Acting Company at the Laurelgrove Theatre, 12265 Ventura Blvd., Studio City. Sun. 7 p.m. Aug. 15-Sept. 19. $15. (818) 760-8368.

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    Check Stub, Info Flub

    Dear Jackie: For the project on which I am currently working, there was initially some question about how the pay would be distributed. When I got my first check, which came to my house, I sent my manager her percentage and included a copy of the check stub so she ...

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    <strong>Commercial Acting </strong>

    The following institutions and individuals specialize in training for commercial work. Many of the larger institutions listed under "Acting Schools and Classes" and "Acting Coaching" also offer commercial training; check those listings for a complete look at training in this area.Click Here

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    The Oldest Profession

    One of the strong points of Signature Theatre Company's mission is to present works from every stage of a playwright's career as a part of a season-long exploration of the dramatist's oeuvre.

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    Fear Factor

    Confronting all the things that could go wrong in an audition will make you see that even the worst isn't all that bad.

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    Little Shop Of Horrors

    "Little Shop of Horrors," presented by East West Players at the David Henry Hwang Theater at the Union Center for the Arts, 120 Judge John Aiso St., L.A. Thurs.-Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 2 & 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. Feb. 5-Mar. 2. $30-60. (213) 625-7000.

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    Stro Beats Own Record at Astaire Awards

    For the third consecutive year, Susan Stroman has been named Best Choreographer at the TDF/Astaire Awards, this time for her high-kicking work on the revival of Rodgers

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    <b>Daily Dispatch: July 23, 2001</b>: 'Once Around the City'

    A screwball musical is just plain screwy.

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    ABC, Touchstone Love Heaton for New Deal

    As she closed a big chapter of her career with the taping of the final episode of CBS' hit comedy "Everybody Loves Raymond" over the weekend, the show's Emmy-winning star Patricia Heaton is making the move to ABC, inking a development deal with the alphabet network and its sister ...