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    Queue Query, Cleared for Takeoff

    I'm aware there are huge numbers of actors at EPAs. Can you recommend how far ahead of the call time I should generally arrive at an audition to maximize my chances of auditioning? I have heard stories of actors arriving at 6 a.m. for a 10 a.m ...

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    The Writers Guild of America and the Directors

    The Writers Guild of America and the Directors Guild of America have struck a deal with the producers of two CBS soap operas that will compensate the unions' members for a series of webisodes called L.A. Diaries. The deal in and of itself is minor, but it is a ...

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    Dukakis Will Kick Off Free Film Series

    The innovative production company Wet will kick off the third season of its free films series in mid-March with very special guest Olympia Dukakis.

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    Sondheim Routs 'Spamalot' at UK Awards

    Broadway veteran Stephen Sondheim swept the board at one of Britain's top theater awards, sending the big-budget Monty Python musical "Spamalot" away empty-handed.

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    Eckhart Joining 'Dark Knight' Cast

    Aaron Eckhart is in final negotiations to play Harvey Dent/Two Face in "The Dark Knight," Warner Bros. Pictures' sequel to "Batman Begins."

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    Ask A Therapist

    Question: When the run of a show is over, I get blue and feel kind of lost. I'm a young actor, but my funk is not about money, as I usually get unemployment insurance and also have a part-time off-the-books job. It happens every time, no matter what I ...

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    Yahoo! Cast a Crooner News Anchor

    Yahoo! is hoping a quirky take on the news will strike a chord as its next original programming effort.

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    Start here

    Maybe you've heard the word in class, or even seen it written into a script, but what exactly is a "beat"? Just as there are phrases in music, beats represent phrases in text. Every time there is a change in subject or emotional through-line, there is a new beat.

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    Horror moviemakers have cut (hacked?) a wide

    Horror moviemakers have cut (hacked?) a wide swath over the decades, from the cheesiest of bottom-drawer vampire and slasher pics to moody studies in style (Val Lewton's Cat People) to mainstream blockbusters (The Exorcist, The Silence of the Lambs). No doubt there's a professional hierarchy in the horror ...

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    Dixie Chicks Finish First at Grammys

    Country music outcasts The Dixie Chicks won all five Grammy Awards for which they were nominated on Sunday, including the coveted album of the year, a stunning validation for the female Texan trio.