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    Hopkins to Receive UCLA Honor

    "The Silence of the Lambs" Oscar-winner Anthony Hopkins will receive the UCLA Medal during the School of Theater, Film and Television commencement on June 17.

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    League Opens New Website

    The League of American Theatres and Producers has launched its Destination Broadway tourism initiative by unveiling its first-ever multilingual Broadway website, ILoveNYTheater.com. The effort is targeted at New York City domestic and international tourists, which the league figures to be a $24 billion industry for the city.

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    The Skinny

    This week's Skinny includes quite a diverse array of leads. Perhaps you're not a budding novelist or a video artist extraordinaire, but keep checking back here each week for the tips you need to give your career a boost.

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    Modigliani

    "Modigliani," presented by Circus Theatricals at the Elephant Theatre, 6322 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Thu. 8 p.m. May 12-Jun. 9. $15. (888) 811-4111.

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    Serious Laughter

    Triggering and sustaining spontaneous laughter night after night onstage, or take after take on-camera, can be an intimidating prospect. For many actors it's even more difficult than crying on cue. Yet it's something you can learn to do.

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    August Wilson Honored

    Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson will receive The American National Theatre Arthur Miller Founder's Award for distinguished achievement.

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    'Lennon' Cancels Boston Show to Retool

    "Lennon," the new musical celebrating the life and songs of John Lennon, has canceled its Boston tryout to retool for the show's Broadway opening, still scheduled for July 28.

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    'Doubt' Routs Lortels; 'Spelling Bee' Also Scores

    For two decades, the Lucille Lortel Awards have saluted superlative work Off-Broadway, and the 20th annual honors were distributed on Mon., May 2.

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    Video-Game Talks Extend

    A potential strike by actors against several leading video game companies was averted last Friday when negotiations were extended for a third time.

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    EdgeFest 2005 Picks up Steam

    The upcoming annual Edge of the World Theatre Festival (EdgeFest), Oct. 6-23, has announced that all performances will take place at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, 514 S. Spring St., in downtown L.A.