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    Ujamaa Black Theatre's 'Gospel' Anniversary Sept. 28

    The Ujamaa Black Theatre will present its 22nd anniversary of "A Gospel of the Harlem Renaissance," written and directed by Titus Walker on Sat., Sept. 28, 8 pm at The Lamb's Theatre (130 W. 44th St.).

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    Soul Workout

    Therapy can be a way for actors to better understand what holds them back from fully embracing their lives and their art.

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    ComedySportz

    "ComedySportz," presented by ComedySportz Los Angeles at the National Comedy Theatre, 733 N. Seward St., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 & 10:30 p.m. Oct. 4-Nov. 15. $12-15. (323) 856-4796.

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    Strathairn Gears Up for 'Challenger'

    Oscar nominee David Strathairn is set to star in a new drama about a Nobel laureate's investigation into the 1986 explosion of the space shuttle Challenger.

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    Build It and They Will Come

    James Mellon and Kevin Bailey, longtime companions and frequent professional collaborators, have enjoyed wide-ranging and prolific careers, together and separately. A new chapter in their professional lives commenced in fall 2004 when they brought one of their most ambitious shared dreams to fruition. They bought the Renegade Theatre and converted ...

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    Director Val Guest Dies at Age 94

    Val Guest, best known for directing science-fiction classics "The Quatermass Xperiment" and "The Day the Earth Caught Fire," has died. He was 94.

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    AGMA Explores New Vocal Care Institute in NYC

    The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) has been consulting with a New York City medical center on the possibility of creating an institute for the care of singers' and actors' voices.

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    If there seems to be little unifying these three

    If there seems to be little unifying these three works or Clayburgh's motives in choosing them, there's a good reason: "I have no plans," she says of her selection process. "Plans are seen only in retrospect. Sometimes I'll take a role because I need the money or ...

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    Equity Alleges Unfair Practices

    Actors' Equity Association filed a charge of unfair labor practices against American Girl Place last week when, the union contends, the company said it would withdraw a proposed pay increase for actors who perform at its theatre in Manhattan because they are trying to join Equity.