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    1776

    "1776," presented by Performance Riverside at Landis Auditorium, 4800 Magnolia Ave., Riverside Community College, Riverside. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. Apr. 2-18. $24-32. (909) 222-8100.

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    Dalliance in Vienna

    "Dalliance in Vienna" is loaded with many elements of classic comedy, perhaps too many of them, but only a few find their mark and are truly fresh and funny.

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    NEA Intros Bard Project's Phase II for 20 Theatres

    The National Endowment for the Arts has introduced a second component to the national initiative Shakespeare in American Communities.

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    Temporary Work, Permanent Connections

    Timothy J. Cox knew he would never make it as a waiter. The New York–based character actor, faced with the dilemma of needing to find a job to supplement his income, realized he didn't have the temperament required to serve people food and drinks. "I tried waiting tables ...

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    SAG Dues Hike Approved

    SAG's national board approved the guild's first dues increase in five years Sunday, a move intended to fund capital improvements, boost the reserves and build a strike fund.

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    Rants and Raves

    I just read the letter from K.M. [BSW, 12/11/03] regarding SJM Management and the scam it tried to pull. I, too, have a "management" scam story. About a year after I moved here, I got a page. I called the number, and it was a voicemail. I ...

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    CBS Wins Key to 'Kingdom'

    The broadcast networks went medieval over "The Kingdom," a Middle Ages drama set in Europe's world of castles, kings and typhoid fever.

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    A Class Act

    "It's all in the songs," pleads Ed Kleban. "Just listen to my songs."

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    PBS Stations Struggle for Folks, Funds

    The Public Broadcasting Service, the performing arts' primary avenue to America's homes, stays alive through a combination of government and private funding sources. But PBS affiliates nationwide have been seeing those sources dwindle, and so broadcast execs at both the national and local level are looking for ways to ...

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    Equity, AFTRA, Others React to Minority Concerns

    The NAACP's and Latino community's vocal concerns about minority performers' plight in film and TV has spread to reactions from sources as diverse as the nation's performers' unions and U.S. minority business