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    Play7

    When you purchase an annual PLAY7 pass for $27, you can see as many L.A.-area plays as you want from the list of 25 member companies for only $7 per ticket.

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    A Thespian and a Gentleman

    Richard Gere's public image has mellowed while his craft has steadily sharpened.

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    Heart of a Dog

    "Heart of a Dog," presented by Elephant Stage Works at the Lillian Theatre, 1076 N. Lillian Way, Hollywood. Fri.-Sat 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Oct. 15-Nov. 21. $15-25. (323) 960-5563.

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    'The Producers' Set for Silver Screen

    Mel Brooks' production company, Brooksworks, LLC, has announced that the much anticipated $45 million film version of his hit musical "The Producers" will be filmed in New York City at Steiner Studios, the new, 280,000-square-foot, 15-acre film complex rising at the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard. "The Producers" is the ...

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    Waltzing with Death

    "Waltzing With Death," presented by Dance With Me Productions at the Studio Stage Theatre, 520 N. Western, Ave., Hollywood. Tue.-Thu. 8 p.m. Sept. 21-Oct. 28. $15. (323) 651-4182.

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    Hollywood Fest to Fete Bening, DiCaprio

    Annette Bening and Leonardo DiCaprio have been tapped for top honors at the upcoming Hollywood Film Festival.

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    'T4' Producers Hope Schwarzenegger 'Will Be Back'

    He has his hands full as governor of Kah-lee-forn-ee-ah, but producers of the next "Terminator" movie are talking to Arnold Schwarzenegger in hopes that he'll be back for at least a small role, a spokesman for backers of the film said on Friday.

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    Harlem Dance Theatre on 'Hiatus'

    The beleaguered Dance Theatre of Harlem announced Tuesday that it would take a "hiatus," laying off 44 dancers and shutting down the company until next July.

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    Take the Fall, Please

    The flood of new shows that land ashore in NYC every October give me entirely too many ways to spend my meager paycheck.