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    Equity Election Ballots Mailed; Candidates Wax

    Actors' Equity Association's national elections are in full swing now, with ballots mailed out last week to the union's voting members.

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    Audit Blasts EIDC Spending

    The office of Los Angeles City Controller Laura Chick on Thursday issued a critical indictment of the financial state of the Entertainment Industry Development Corp. in a 63-page audit of the film-permitting agency.

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    2003 Shaping Up As a Good Year for BET

    This is shaping up as a very good year for BET.

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    Toronto Unveils Plans for New Film Center

    The Toronto International Film Festival is planning a new film center that's expected to be completed for the September 2006 festival.

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    In Short

    Costumes designers José Varona, who is internationally renowned in the worlds of opera and ballet, and the late Ruth Morley, known for her Broadway and film designs, were among the honorees at Theatre Development Fund's Irene Sharaff Awards given for "outstanding achievement in theatrical costume design," at a reception ...

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    McGregor Comedy to Open Tribeca Fest

    "Down With Love," starring Renee Zellweger and Ewan McGregor, will be the opening night film at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.

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    Audit Blasts EIDC Spending

    The office of Los Angeles City Controller Laura Chick on Thursday issued a critical indictment of the financial state of the EIDC in a 63-page audit of the film-permitting agency.

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    New Jersey Arts Battle for Monies

    Gov. James E. McGreevey in early February had proposed slashing the state's entire $18 million arts budget. This weekend, sources in his office reported he was ready to restore half of the amount.

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    Broadway Musicians, Producers Reach Deal

    Striking musicians settled a contract dispute with theater producers Tuesday to end a walkout that shut down 18 musicals since Friday, agreeing to a smaller number of musicians in the largest Broadway theaters.

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    Plays to be Written, Performed in 24 Hours

    In this experimental production, six short plays will be written, cast, rehearsed and performed in a single day.