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    You know how to act... Why take class?

    Lauren Patrice Nadler, a bi-coastal Coach/Director/Casting director/Actor from NYC has planted her roots in L.A. to share her years of experience behind and in front of the scenes.

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    T.V. and "Second City" director, voice-over

    T.V. and "Second City" director, voice-over actor,

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    COBRA Ready To Strike at Full Assembly

    The COBRA subsidy bill, presently before the New York State Assembly's Ways and Means Committee, is expected to come before the full lower house sometime between July 15 and Aug. 15, according to union sources monitoring the bill.

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    Shubert Theater Gets New Management

    A nonprofit group that manages historic theaters in Ohio and Illinois has been hired to run the historic Shubert Theater.

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    Actors' ratification process starts

    The tentative deal reached by negotiators for SAG/AFTRA and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers last week faces its first ratification hurdle tonight when the Western section of the SAG/AFTRA joint board votes on whether to approve the deal.

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    Curtains Up: The New NY Library For the Performing Arts

    At long last the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts will be home again--open for business--at Lincoln Center.

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    In the Penal Colony

    Franz Kafka's 1924 short story, "In the Penal Colony," eerily predicted the future--a chilling, accurate preview of the Nazi era. But the piece has equal resonance for today. How timely that this "pocket opera," now on stage at the Classic Stage Company, should focus on public executions with audiences ...

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    Gerard Depardieu Slows Down

    After quintuple bypass surgery, France's gentle giant tackles comedy.

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    Philip Rose: Broadway Trailblazer

    Producer Philip Rose says that virtually every personal, professional, and artistic decision he made during his eight decades of life stemmed from a clearly defined liberal political bias.