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    Kennedy Center Opts for Overseers

    The vice chairmen of the board of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts will oversee the center's operations as it continues searching for a new chairman.

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    ACTRA Honors Talented Trio

    The Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) Toronto last Friday announced the winners of its 2004 ACTRA Awards in Toronto: Diane D'Aquila is the winner of the award for outstanding performance by a female, and Brent Carver won the male outstanding performance honor. Sonja Smits received ...

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    You Mutha!

    "You Mutha!," presented by Jennie Fahn at the Powerhouse Theatre, 3116 2nd St., Santa Monica. Wed.-Thu. 8 p.m. Feb. 4-Indefinite. $15. (310) 415-5286.

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    UPN Says 'I Do' to Three Pilots

    UPN has picked up three female-skewing comedy pilots, including an untitled project about Latina singing group Soluna.

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    Abingdon Square at Open Fist Theatre; Golden

    Abingdon Square at Open Fist Theatre; Golden Prospects at Powerhouse Theatre; Overheard at Sacred Fools Theatre; Stage Directions by EST/LA at [Inside] the Ford; Tell the Bees at Sacred Fools Theatre; Trés Grimm at MET Theatre

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    Simpson, Stamos Pilots Picked Up at ABC

    Thursday was a busy day at ABC, which picked up six comedy pilots, including untitled shows starring Jessica Simpson and John Stamos.

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    Wolfe Leaves as N.Y. Public Theater Chief

    George C. Wolfe is leaving as head of the Public Theater, one of the country's foremost nonprofit theaters.

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    Play7 Expands, Offers New Deal

    One year ago Jonathan Winn spearheaded a project he thought might help change the face of L.A. theatre audiences or, rather, encourage more faces to appear.

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    NEA Introduces Bard to New Generations

    The National Endowment for the Arts has introduced a second component to the national initiative Shakespeare in American Communities. It's called Shakespeare for a New Generation and will provide middle and high school students in underserved communities across the United States the opportunity to see professional productions of Shakespeare ...

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    Sundance Rolls Out Snowy Sidewalk for Indie Elite

    Hollywood rolls up its red carpets and heads for the snowy sidewalks of Park City, Utah on Thursday where filmmakers gather for the Sundance Film Festival and its mix of offbeat art-house films from around the world.