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    Review: 'Father Joy'

    Comedy, drama, and fantasy blend oddly well in Sheri Wilner'sFather Joy, a perceptive but quirky look at family and romantic relationships.

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    Executive Editor Dany

    Executive Editor Dany Margolies

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    The Screen Actors Guild's National Executive Committee approved a new live-action basic-cable agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers July 8 that includes the first residuals increase in 16 years. Actors will see a 21% increase in the residual formula for basic-cable repeats under the new ...

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    One-Night Only: The Art of the One-Person Show

    Groundlings alumni Julia Sweeney, David Jahn, Jeremy Rowley, Tim Bagley, and Steven Cragg will participate in a one-night-only panel discussion about the one-person show.

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    Choreographer Tharp to Bring Dylan to Broadway

    Choreographer Twyla Tharp, who brought the music of Billy Joel to the theater with her hit show "Movin' Out," now will bring the songs of Bob Dylan to Broadway.

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    'Deadman' to Live Again on Big Screen

    Guillermo del Toro is teaming up with Don Murphy's Angry Films to bring cult DC Comics superhero "Deadman" to the big screen.

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    ho knew Julia Louis-Dreyfus would be the one to

    ho knew Julia Louis-Dreyfus would be the one to break the "Seinfeld curse"? Seinfeld co-stars Jason Alexander and Michael Richards have tried to break away from their iconic roles in tailor-made series to no avail. Louis-Dreyfus even attempted once before to step out of Elaine Benes' shadow with her 2002 ...

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    isecracking Grey's Anatomy surgical intern

    isecracking Grey's Anatomy surgical intern Cristina Yang is the kind of character that could have easily devolved into mere comic relief. She's snarky, hates hugging patients, and is completely out of touch with her complex tangle of emotions. Thankfully, Cristina is played by Sandra Oh, an actor who ...

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    ou could hardly invent a character as flamboyant,

    ou could hardly invent a character as flamboyant, outrageous, and in all respects over-the-top as convicted murderer Sante Kimes, but Judy Davis—now a nine-time Emmy nominee—gives the lady texture. The woman is evil, egocentric, and utterly delusional, yet in Davis' sure hands, a gleeful Sante believes every bit ...

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    do get offered a lot of these kinds of guys,"

    do get offered a lot of these kinds of guys," admits Robert Carlyle, and by "these kinds of guys," he's referring to the sort of character who spells trouble for anyone who crosses his path. His portrayal of the fascinatingly contemptible Sergei Karpovich, a kingpin in the global sex-slave ...