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    Paula Vogel Curates Free Reading Series

    Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel, the current playwright-in-residence at Signature Theatre Company, is curating the Signature Series, a reading series of new plays written by three of her former students from Brown University, where she heads the M.F.A. playwriting program.

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    Everybody Might Love Robert Next

    Brad Garrett wasn't just being optimistic during the Primetime Emmy Awards telecast Sunday when he hinted at the possibility of an "Everybody Loves Raymond" spinoff coming together in the near future.

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    Settlement Reached in John Ritter Suit

    The family of late actor John Ritter has reached a tentative settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit against the hospital where the actor died.

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    Producers Guild Announces TV Noms

    "Grey's Anatomy" and "Lost" are among the drama nominees and "My Name Is Earl" and "The Office" numbered among the comedy nominees from the Producers Guild of America.

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    TCG Observerships and Travel Grants Announced

    Karen Noyes, general manager of New York's New Dramatists, is one of six theatre administrators who have been selected to participate in Theatre Communications Group's 2005 Observership Program. For nearly 40 years, this initiative has allowed theatre professionals to broaden their horizons by observing work and meeting colleagues ...

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    WGA Joint Meeting Eyes Merger Proposal

    WGA West proposed a merger with its affiliated union in the East at a weekend meeting that otherwise dwelled on their $1 million dues dispute.

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    Evolution of an Acting Teacher

    Back Stage is pleased to offer an excerpt from The Diary of a Professional Experiencer: An Autobiographical Journey Into the Evolution of an Acting System, by veteran acting teacher Eric Morris. The following is from the chapter "The Teaching and Working Years: The Sixties," detailing how Morris began his journey ...

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    ABC, NBC Accelerate TV-on-the-Web Moves

    U.S. television networks ABC and NBC plan to make their programs more widely available on the Internet, accelerating a strategy to court viewers wherever they spend time.