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    Tour Awards Go Sans Equity

    Abiding by the old adage "The show must go on," the National Broadway Theatre Awards (NBTAs) took place as scheduled Monday night in spite of a boycott by Actors' Equity Association.

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    Back Stage Wins Broadway Beacon Award

    On Mon., June 3, in a ceremony at the Marriott Marquis in Manhattan, Back Stage received the Broadway Beacon Award. The

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    Dinner at Eight

    The fully set, silvery dining table that floats in midair between acts of "Dinner at Eight" at the Vivian Beaumont is both beacon and warning.

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    Blackburn Noms to 12 Plays

    Twelve plays have reached final nomination for the 25th Susan Smith Blackburn Awards, given annually to women who deserve recognition for having written works of outstanding quality for the English-speaking theatre.

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    Tale of the Scorpion and Sabotage

    "Tale of the Scorpion" and "Sabotage," part of Smash Comedy Hits from the Canadian Fringe, presented by the Story Syndicate at the Stella Adler Theatre, 6773 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m. Jan. 17-Feb. 16. $16-40. (818) 585-8774.

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    Frog and Peach Needs New Pad

    The Frog and Peach Theatre Company, presenting free Shakespeare at the West-Park Presbyterian Church on the Upper West Side since 1995, is contemplating disbanding after losing its home.

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    Savvy Supper

    Gary and Jenny Giocomo are bringing beloved musicals and comedies to their new dinner theatre and making the most of a surprisingly untapped resource in Vegas

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    Broadway Taps Local Market

    Broadway producers have revved up a marketing campaign to draw local audiences to the Great White Way.

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    Blame Canada

    Free trade is supposed to raise all boats, right? Yet while Hollywood was once secure as one of the world's film production capitals, several organizations are now claiming it may be on the road to becoming the next Flint, Michigan.

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    WGA Honors 'Park,' 'Mind' for Film, 'Sopranos,' 'Raymond' for TV

    (BPI) Oscar contenders "Gosford Park" and "A Beautiful Mind," HBO's "The Sopranos" and CBS' "Everybody Loves Raymond" won the top prizes Saturday during the 54th annual Writers Guild of America Awards ceremony held simultaneously in Beverly Hills and New York.