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    Directors Play Well With Others

    Attendees at Directors Lab West considered collaboration in all its forms.

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    Four SAG Trustees Enter Fray Over Pension & Health

    SAG has sent a membership-wide email from four trustees of the SAG-Producers Pension and Health Plans -- all SAG members -- that criticizes "selective reading" of a benefits study by opponents of a SAG consolidation with AFTRA.

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    Play Things

    "Play Things," presented by BLT Digressions in association with Hudson Theatricals at the Hudson Backstage Theatre, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Sep. 20-Oct. 26. $10-15. (323) 856-4200 x 23.

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    Ang Lee Takes Risks with Mean Green "Hulk"

    Taiwan-born director Ang Lee, perhaps best known for his Oscar-winning "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," is taking a big risk with the splashy summer popcorn flick "Hulk."

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    Seattle Fringe Declares Bankruptcy

    Two months after announcing it needed at least $120,000 to stay alive, the Seattle Fringe Festival declared bankruptcy last week.

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    N.Y. Ballet Season Ends With Two Classics

    Odette and Siegfried. Titania and Oberon. New York's spring ballet season ended over the weekend with two popular classics about the joys and inconstancies of love, be it of the human, ornithological or otherworldly variety.

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    Twelve Plays Reach Blackburn

    Twelve Plays Reach Blackburn Finals

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    Odyssey: The Homecoming

    With "Odyssey: The Homecoming," Theodora Skipitares brings her unique blend of theatrical techniques and political commentary to the Homeric myth of Odysseus' exploits on his return from the Trojan War.

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    AFTRA Slaps FCC Decency Fines

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) has jumped into the broadcast-decency controversy, looking to defend its on-air broadcaster and deejay members, whom companies are looking to burden with potential FCC fines related to content decency.

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    EIDC Welcomes Parsons to Helm

    Industry veteran Lindsley Parsons Jr. received a warm reception Monday after the executive committee of the Entertainment Industry Development Corp. unanimously approved his appointment as interim president of the film permitting agency.