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    Theatre Artists Take on Challenges of the Circus

    "Circus artists... don't have the dancer's dance vocabulary, which means the approach to creating choreography for them is different," notes choreographer Jonathan Stuart Cerullo.

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    Gioia Touts New NEA Budget

    Dana Gioia, chairman of the NEA, last week brought to Congress President Bush's request for $139.4 million in NEA funding for FY2005, and updated lawmakers on the agency's progress.

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    Union Boards Okay Merger

    The Screen Actors Guild's and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists' national boards have approved a consolidation of the two unions into a new organization, the Alliance of International Media Artists (AIMA).

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    Theatre Artists Tapped to Travel

    Imagine what it would be like to travel to Russia or Central Europe to share ideas and work with theatre artists who emerge from totally different cultural traditions.

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    Post-Oscar Bash

    There is a difference between cockiness and confidence, and that is sometimes a fine line when it comes to actors. Take Adrien Brody, who at 29 was the youngest person to win a Best Actor Oscar.

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    Rebecca Romijn Makes News for WB Drama Pilot

    Rebecca Romijn has closed a deal to star in the WB's drama pilot "Pepper Dennis," playing an ambitious TV news reporter in Chicago who tries to balance work, romance and a crazy family.

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    Stewart Happy to Be Franchise Actor

    Patrick Stewart is happy to be a franchise player -- twice over.

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    Spanked!

    "Spanked!," presented by and at the Tamarind Theatre, 5919 Franklin Ave., Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m. Dec. 12-21. (310) 480-8832.

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    High-Wire Crooners

    While carrying on the mantra of the American songbook, some recent bookings in cabaret prove that the 21st century is anything but conventional. In terms of the norm in cabaret, some crooners of late have walked a high wire—without a net.

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    Man of La Mancha

    "Man of La Mancha," presented by Arroyo Repertory Theatre, in association with the Courtyard Arts Project, at St. James United Methodist Church, 2033 E. Washington Blvd., Pasadena. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Jan. 18-Feb. 22. $18. (626) 398-6522.