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    New Prize at Berlin Fest for Young Filmmakers

    The Berlin International Film Festival, together with French channel TV5 and the Franco-German Youth Office, is launching a new film prize to be presented at this year's Berlin Fest (Feb. 5-15), organizers said Friday.

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    London Calling - Goodbye '03, Hello '04

    The National Theatre has had a banner year. First of all, Trevor Nunn departed with a bang rather than a whimper, directing a lavish production of Anything Goes last Christmas that then set sail triumphantly for the West End's Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in October. And, earlier this month ...

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    The North Hollywood Canteen Holiday Spectacular

    "The North Hollywood Canteen Holiday Spectacular," presented by Fire Rose Productions at the Secret Rose Theatre, 11246 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood. Thu.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. Dec. 6-21. $18. (818) 623-4291.

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    Nelson Nabs Co-Lead in CBS Comedy

    Following a lengthy search, actress Kirsten Nelson has been cast as the female lead opposite Jason Alexander in CBS' untitled Tony Kornheiser comedy pilot from Regency TV.

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    Golf: The Musical

    Even if you don't golf, don't like golf, or don't know anything about golf, you still can find something to like about "Golf: The Musical."

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    Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal

    Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal has been in existence for many years, but never has it had a more electrifying company than this 2003 bunch of dancers.

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    A Funny Thing Happened...On a Commercial

    A few years back I took a day job as an extra on a SAG commercial. During our lunch break, while in line, I ran into an old college buddy who was working with the catering services. After a brief chat, she sized me up and said, "How tall are ...

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    New 'Charlie' for Burton, WB

    John August, who penned Tim Burton's "Big Fish," is reteaming with the director to write the script for "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."

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    Obituaries

    A.J. Esta, 73, Theatre Critic & Director