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    Emmy Props, Part I

    Back Stage West spotlights those casting directors who've earned the Academy's approbation this time around.

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    Variety editor Bart back on the job in 2 weeks

    Peter Bart, editor in chief of Variety, will return to his job Sept. 10 after having completed a company-ordered three-week suspension without pay and a course in diversity training.

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    Long Island Native Wins Shubert Fendrich Playwrighting Contest

    Playwright James DeVita, a Long Island, New York native, won the 11th annual Shubert Fendrich Memorial Playwrighting Contest for his children's play, "Looking Glass Land."

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    The Ballad of Larry the Flyer

    Audiences who are lucky enough to catch "The Ballad of Larry the Flyer" are in for quite a theatrical serenade.

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    'True' Leads Barrymore Noms

    The Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia's seventh annual Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre exemplify, in Barrymore Administrator Jennifer Hayden's words, "how rich, vibrant and alive the Philly theatre scene is."

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    TrueMyth

    Examine the art of David Wojnarowicz, the subject of "TrueMyth," by browsing the Blue Heron Arts Center gallery before the play.

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    The Maids

    Jean Genet's "The Maids" deserves better treatment.

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    Indie Summer

    Michael Cuesta's Debut and Brad Anderson's Double Header

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    Learning a New Language

    Film directors, frustrated with their stunted communication with performers on-set, turn to acting teachers for help.

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    Hands in Me

    Elizabeth Edlow takes audience members on an eye-opening blind date in her one-woman performance piece, "Hands in Me," and little do viewers know what's in store for them.