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    N.Y. Tax Incentives Generate $300 Million

    Film and television projects taking advantage of the "Made in NY" tax-incentive program credit have brought $300 million to the city and employed 6,000 locals since January.

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    50th Annual Obies Cite 'Engaged,' 'Glass,' 'Gabler'

    Theatre for a New Audience's revival of W.S. Gilbert's 1877 play Engaged, which opened at the Lucille Lortel Theatre just over a year ago, was heavily lauded when the 50th annual Village Voice Obie Awards were handed out May 16 at Webster Hall. Considered part of the ...

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    Docs Record Lives In the Theatre

    Two Tribeca Film Festival documentaries of special interest to the theatre community were "The Lady in Question Is Charles Busch" and "Special Thanks to Roy London." Both films deal with charismatic men of the stage and screen.

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    Obituaries

    John Michael O'Hare (1922–2005)

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    TDF/Astaires Honor Butz, Decline Other Categories

    For the second consecutive year, Theatre Development Fund's TDF/Astaire Awards, which celebrate excellence in dance on Broadway, have declined to offer a slate of nominees.

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    Altman Directing 'Prairie Home Companion'

    Robert Altman's next movie has a location.

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    Sports Films on Hollywood Winning Streak

    Listen up, sports fans. Whether you're into baseball, football, boxing, basketball, horses, soccer, bowling or even pinewood-derby racing, chances are a movie's coming about your favorite pastime.

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    Doubt

    At a time when "faith" is all the rage comes a play called "Doubt," which suggests that faith can be a matter of seeking God's will rather than always being sure of having already found it.

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    This Is Your Pilot Speaking...

    It's a dream shared by thousands upon thousands of actors in Los Angeles, as well as thousands more who descend upon the city during pilot season: to get a pilot. Land a role on a pilot, and everything's smooth sailing from there. On the outside looking in, it ...

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    Slag Heap

    In Anton Dudley's "Slag Heap," Dave and Ashley, two street prostitutes in Thatcher-era England, ply their wares.