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    "THE NEIGHBOR GIRL"

    Rebecca Ayers (prod.) is accepting submissions for The Neighbor Girl, a digital short about a shy woman whose life takes a major turn after a sexy, ruthless young lady moves in across the hall. Dir. Tia Ayers. Three-day shoot starts Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    TALENT BEAT : Actors, screenwriters-- Call your agents

    Daniel Tibbets has been named vice president of development at Papazian-Hirsch Entertainment, which serves as co-executive producer for the CBS series Nash Bridges. Tibbets, former manager of Eyemark Entertainment's TV programming and development, will be developing projects to be produced by Papazian-Hirsch. While at Eyemark, Tibbets played a role ...

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    In what he claimed was his first in-depth one-on-one interview with a reporter, British thespian Ian Holm spoke to Back Stage West on his first visit to Los Angeles in 40 years. Sincere, gracious, funny, complex, intelligent, and wise are just a few words that describe Holm, who humbly refers ...

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    COVER STORY

    Michael Pressman and Lisa Chess, who are married, starred in a 2001 Los Angeles revival of Terrence McNally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, a two-hander about a couple whose romance begins with first-date sex. Pressman says the idea "began with our desire to do something together ...

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    Larson Heirs Sue, "Rent" Dramaturg Moves to Dismiss

    The heirs of "Rent" author Jonathon Larson have filed suit against a now-familiar opponent, "Rent" dramaturg Lynn Thomson. Thomson, meanwhile, has asked the court to dismiss the suit in a motion for summary

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    Mason Entertains At Voices Party

    Karen Mason and performers from the Broadway and cabaret worlds will perform at a Hearts & Voices party for the raffle drawing of the 1996 Four Corners of the World Sweepstakes at Tatou, 151 E. 50th St., NYC, from 8-11 pm. General admission is $25 in advance, $35 at the door ...

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    Hollywood Wrestles with the Web

    After more than a decade of hype about the Internet being the next great stage for mass entertainment, it remains dominated by amateurs with most Hollywood stars watching from the wings.

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    Executive Editor Dany

    Executive Editor Dany Margolies