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    Bliss

    Ben Bettenbender's "Bliss" starts out like a satire of a James M. Cain film noir and evolves into a Sartre-like lucubration on guilt, forgiveness, and self-esteem.

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    Ghetto Cabaret

    "Ghetto Cabaret," presented by the L.A. Jewish Theatre at the A! Theatre, 1528 Gordon St., Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m. May 25-June 23. $16-18. (310) 967-1352.

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    Man of La Mancha

    No matter how you slice it, "Man of La Mancha" is thrilling. And you may find plenty to slice up in this revival.

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    Agent Angles, Holiday Gifts

    Dear Tombudsman:

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    Screener Ban Faces Fate in Court

    A federal judge in New York ordered an evidentiary hearing be held Dec. 3 before he ruled on the request for a temporary restraining order to lift the MPAA's screener ban.

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    Big Apple Circus: Carnevale!

    The Big Apple Circus has long been the place for kids and parents who are tired of the obviousness inherent in the circus of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey.

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    Art Isn't Easy

    As vp of Features Casting for 20th Century Fox, Julie Hutchinson has the challenge of considering creative and marketing elements when she's casting.

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    Singin' in the Rain

    "Singin' in the Rain," presented by Fullerton Civic Light Opera at Plummer Auditorium, 201 E. Chapman, Fullerton. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. Feb. 14-Mar. 2. $19-42. (714) 879-1732.

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    "Drinking With Harry..." Like Watching the Cubs Lose (Again)

    I believe that Aardvark Theatre Company's world premiere of "Drinking with Harry on Rush" is the only show in Chicago in which there are peanut shells underfoot and pints in the audience's hands.

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    A Call to Know Thyself

    During the run-up to the passage of state budgets in early 2003, news reports of potentially devastating arts funding cuts were standard fare for newsgathering organizations...