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    White Chocolate

    In "White Chocolate," William Hamilton has written a breezy comedy about racism and racial identity.

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    De La Guarda

    No one expected it to last this long. But after more than a year in Union Square, which is fast becoming the Times Square of Off-Broadway theatre, this show is still flying high.

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    Rep This!

    What's really at stake in SAG and AFTRA's upcoming negotiations with producers? If the Writers Guild fails to reach an agreement with the studios, where does that leave the actors' unions? SAG and AFTRA leaders have stressed that "there is a deal to be made.

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    "Shakespeare" Edges Out "Ryan" at 71st Oscar Bash

    It was the brawl between the Bard and the battlefield with the former winning at the 71st annual Academy Awards on Sunday March 21. "Shakespeare in Love," John Madden's comedy of Elizabethan theatrics, edged out its nearest competitor "Saving Private Ryan," Steven Spielberg's World War II epic, winning ...

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    Lame Lithos, Teen Spirited

    Dear Tombudsman:I recently took a headshot to a print shop in the Valley to get 100 lithographs made. I picked up the lithos on a Friday evening and immediately noticed the quality was not good. Because I needed them quickly, on Monday morning I drove to a different print ...

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    Actors' Actors

    After the recent upheavals surrounding this year's Screen Actors Guild presidential rerun election, the Guild's board and its members took a well-deserved break from the political hullabaloo to once again unite in pride of profession and by association in a union that continues to fight to sustain acting ...

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    Independant Spirit Awards

    The Chinese martial arts epic "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" won three top awards at Saturday's 16th annual Independent Spirit Awards.

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    Hollywood fest reels off nominees

    Hollywood Film Festival chairman Earl Lestz revealed the nominees Monday morning for Hollywood movie, actress and actor of the year for the festival's awards. Lestz, also president of Paramount Studios Group, made the announcement at the Paramount lot in Hollywood.

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    CENTERSTAGE: Broadway Then and Now Share the Bill at National Theatre Confab

    When it comes to researching Broadway plays and musicals, one immediately thinks of the Performing Arts Library at Lincoln Center. But there's another resource that can serve you just as

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    What They're Making Keeps You Hoping

    "Although these middle-aged guys can still parlay their acting chops and marquee value into paydays of $20 million or more per film, Hollywood is scrambling to find the next generation of male stars."