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    WGA Contract Talks Hit Writer's Block

    Negotiations for a new WGA film and TV contract broke off Thursday, dramatically increasing the possibility that there will be a writers strike when the WGA's current contract expires May 1.

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    NEA/TCG Funds Playwrights

    Carl Hancock Rux and Heather Woodbury, both New York City-based artists, are among the recipients of the 2000 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)/Theatre Communications Group (TCG) Theatre Residency Program for Playwrights.

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    West Coast Newswire: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

    The USC School of Theatre, Professor Carol Muske-Dukes, and John Lithgow will present a dramatic reading of two one-act plays, with Rene Auberjonois, Annette Bening, Stacy Keach, John Lithgow, George Wendt, and others, in support of the David Dukes Memorial Scholarship on Mar. 8 at USC's Bing Theatre. (213 ...

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    My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs

    This week Hybrid Recordings released a new must-have CD for any musical theatre enthusiast's collection. "My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs" was recorded live at City Center in October, at an event which showcased the great love songs from American musical theatre, sung by best voices working on stage ...

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    NEA/TCG Funds Playwrights

    Carl Hancock Rux and Heather Woodbury, both New York City-based artists, are among the recipients of the 2000 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)/Theatre Communications Group (TCG) Theatre Residency Program for Playwrights.

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    SAG Awards Voter Guide: Television

    FEMALE ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

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    Daniels Throws Law Book at ATA

    After a brief attempt at peacemaking with the Association of Talent Agents last week, SAG appears to have changed its tune. On Feb. 20, SAG president William Daniels and SAG associate national executive director John McGuire sent a conciliatory letter to the ATA calling for a cessation of the public ...

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    t hasn't even been around for a century yet, but television has reshaped our world, in everything from our political process to the pace of our leisure time. At least one of the ways it has changed us, not noted much outside the pages of acting books or papers ...

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    Producers Talk Pact Economics

    The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) last Monday moved into its sixth week of negotiations with the Writers Guild of America. Neither side is saying much to the press about specifics of their feature-film and TV contract talks.

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