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    THE WICKED STAGE

    Not since a production of The Hasty Heart starring Gregory Harrison was moved directly from the 99-seat Cast Theatre to the cavernous Ahmanson Theatre back in 1982 Has there been a transfer so momentous: Deaf West Theatre's Big River, which last year added levels of cross-cultural resonance to Roger ...

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    Goodman Fired From 'The Producers'

    Broadway's new Max Bialystock has been given the hook

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    ActorFest is Here

    Saturday, May 11, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Hilton Universal City & Towers

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    Reveling in Rodgers

    Richard Rodgers revivals celebrating his centenary include The Boys From Syracuse at Roundabout, Flower Drum Song at the Virginia, and Babes in Arms at Goodspeed Musicals in Connecticut. And, of course, there's still Oklahoma! at the Gershwin.

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    Bully For You

    Dear Tombudsman: Lately I feel I have fallen into a vicious cycle with my agent. I feel I am at a stage at which I need to make decisions and sacrifices based on my desire to build a career. Your thoughts?

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    Third Hip-Hop Theater Festival Opens

    Danny Hoch and Kamilah Forbes of the Hip-Hop Theater Junction want to make room for a new roster of hip-hop voices and stories.

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    Tap Fusion: Seven Blessings

    Some things just do not mix, no matter how clever the treatment, like oil and water -- or tap dance and modern dance.

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    SAG: Members can retain reps

    The Screen Actors Guild informed its members Friday that they would be allowed to serve out the remainder of their existing general service agreements with their agents even if SAG re-invoked its rule that mandates that members only be represented by a franchised agent.

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    Free "Much Ado About Nothing"

    As part of the West Side Community Garden's Arts and Crafts Festival on Sat. Sept. 26, the Manhattan Shakespeare Company will present an outdoor script-in-hand performance of "Much Ado About Nothing" at 2 pm.

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    The Way We Were

    Hollywood's studio system is long gone. But what can actors learn about their current lot from yesterday's contract player?