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    Finding Community

    CDs Maria E. Nelson and Ellyn Long Marshall know that locating the right actors sometimes means traveling to the right places.

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    Silver Writes 'Syracuse' Revival

    OK, so if you were reviving "The Boys From Syracuse," the 1938 Rodgers and Hart musical comedy, who would you enlist to redo the book? A guy who has authored such intriguingly titled plays as "Free Will and Wanton Lust," "Fat Men in Skirts" and "My Marriage to Ernest Borgnine"?

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    Jolson: A Vaudeville

    This show's title pulls no punches. "Jolson: A Vaudeville" uses acts from a vaudeville program to tell the story of America's (self-described) greatest entertainer.

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    Unions Back Film Directors

    Robert Huntsman and Clean Flicks of Colorado, LLC, filed suit in U.S. District Court, seeking the Court's determination as to whether their editing practices are protected under federal copyright law.

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    Win Tickets to PASSIONADA!

    Samuel Goldwyn Films and BackStage.com invite readers to attend the red carpet Los Angeles PREMIERE of PASSIONADA, a new romantic comedy.If you live in Los Angeles or the surrounding areas, simply be one of the first 200 people to respond via email, and you will be sent a ...

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    Play Things

    "Play Things," presented by BLT Digressions in association with Hudson Theatricals at the Hudson Backstage Theatre, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Sep. 20-Oct. 26. $10-15. (323) 856-4200 x 23.

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    N.Y. Ballet Season Ends With Two Classics

    Odette and Siegfried. Titania and Oberon. New York's spring ballet season ended over the weekend with two popular classics about the joys and inconstancies of love, be it of the human, ornithological or otherworldly variety.

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    Odyssey: The Homecoming

    With "Odyssey: The Homecoming," Theodora Skipitares brings her unique blend of theatrical techniques and political commentary to the Homeric myth of Odysseus' exploits on his return from the Trojan War.

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    AFTRA Slaps FCC Decency Fines

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) has jumped into the broadcast-decency controversy, looking to defend its on-air broadcaster and deejay members, whom companies are looking to burden with potential FCC fines related to content decency.

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    EIDC Welcomes Parsons to Helm

    Industry veteran Lindsley Parsons Jr. received a warm reception Monday after the executive committee of the Entertainment Industry Development Corp. unanimously approved his appointment as interim president of the film permitting agency.