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    Free LA Screening: 'Saudis in America'

    Join director Fahmi Farahat for a screening of'Saudis in America'on Sunday, Dec. 9.

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    Burton, Bashoff Join 'Awakening'

    Tony-nominated and Emmy award-winning Kate Burton and Blake Bashoff, currently featured onLost, will join the cast of eight-time Tony Award winningSpring Awakening.

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    ContentFilm acquires rights

    ContentFilm, the nascent film concern headed by Edward R. Pressman and John Schmidt, has announced its first acquisition, "Wendigo," an indie chiller that debuted at Slamdance this year.

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    CENTERSTAGE: Finding the Shoe That Fits

    I needed to buy a new pair of running shoes. I went into one of the sports stores near my house but was surprised and overwhelmed by the number of makes and models available. I tried on a few pairs that caught my eye, but couldn't make up my ...

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    VOTER - Don Nelson's Busy Year

    Between Sept. 1, 1996 and Aug. 31, 1997, 250 theatre productions in Los Angeles County registered for Ovation consideration. Ovation voter Don Nelson saw 202 of them. Roughly calculating, that means Nelson saw an average of four shows a week--sometimes all on the weekend, in various matinees and occasional morning ...

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    'Clue Crew' Show Travels the Globe

    LOS ANGELES "Jeopardy!" is holding an open casting call for "people with an inquisitive nature, creativity and intelligence, lots of enthusiasm and a great on-camera presence" to become part of the game show's new "Clue Crew."

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    Unfinished Silvercup Adds "Riverside' to TV Schedule

    "Riverside," ABC-TV's hour-long, second season replacement series for January, has begun production at Silvercup Studios East, even before the facility's five new soundstages have been completed. "Riverside," set in a fictional New York City hospital, joins "Now and Again," the new primetime dramatic series produced by Paramount for ...

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    Acting Schools and Coaches

    Check out this list of New York-area stage and film acting schools, teachers, and coaches, divided into six categories: Acting Technique, Children/Teens, Comedy/Improv, Monologue/Audition/Coaching, Multipurpose, and On-Camera.

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    'Lion King' Announces e-Ticket Plan

    Disney's "The Lion King" is the first Broadway production offering audiences a unique ticketing technology that allows bar-coded ducats to be printed out by the customer—in black and white or color, and on regular-sized paper. Called ticketFast and offered by Ticketmaster, the service became operational for the show ...