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    Dancing in Hell

    Washington Blvd.

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    One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

    The Theatre District

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    What Corbin Knew

    StagesTheatre

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    The Soldier Dreams

    Guild Theatre II

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    The Normal Heart

    Celebration Theatre

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    Under the Greasepaint

    I'm just curious: Do they make nondisturbing clowns anymore? At some point, surely, there were wholesome, entertaining, fun-for-the-whole-family clowns—friendly japers whose appearance occasioned delight. These times, it seems, are long past. If one needs assurance as to this point—assuming one hasn't seen It or Clownhouse or ...

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    Letters

    I am responding to the article, "Look for the Union Label" [by Les Spindle, BSW 4/28/05]. To say that nonunion actors are like "Velveeta cheese" and union actors are like "gourmet brie" is just plain silly. I know plenty of Equity actors who earned their cards by working ...

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    SAG Stays in Suit

    The Screen Actors Guild spent more than $250,000 last year intervening on behalf of Robert Pisano—its national executive director/chief executive officer—in a federal lawsuit against him. Now SAG is continuing its intervention during an appeal of the suit, even though Pisano is no longer with the ...

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    How I Learned To Drive

    Lillian Theatre