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    WGA's Demands Under Fire

    In a setback to the Writers Guild of America's proposals for a new film and television contract, the Directors Guild of America has declared that it is flatly opposed to a WGA contract proposal that would sharply reduce the number of "film by" credits awarded to directors.

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    Boy Gets Girl

    Rebecca Gilman has written a highly effective thriller about a woman menaced by a man, with none of the tired paraphernalia of this familiar subgenre.

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    Huntington Hunting for L.I. Playwrights

    Huntington Village Theater Company has created a competition for playwrights who live in Suffolk, Nassau, Queens, or Kings counties (the latter of which is better known as Brooklyn). The New Play Devel-opment Contest deadline is May 15.

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    VENUS AND ADONIS

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    Rep This!

    What's really at stake in SAG and AFTRA's upcoming negotiations with producers? If the Writers Guild fails to reach an agreement with the studios, where does that leave the actors' unions? SAG and AFTRA leaders have stressed that "there is a deal to be made.

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    De La Guarda

    No one expected it to last this long. But after more than a year in Union Square, which is fast becoming the Times Square of Off-Broadway theatre, this show is still flying high.

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    Dinner Party, The

    At Neil Simon's "The Dinner Party," sadness and missed opportunities are being served up as the main dishes.

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    New Playwrights Honored

    The 2001-02 Van Lier Fellowships have been announced by New Dramatists, and the three recipients are Eisa Davis, J. Holthan, and Betty Shamieh.

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    Dubbing Contract Has SAG Approval