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    Blizzard of Talent Hits Bistros

    Neither sleet nor snow could keep the stars from shining at the 16th Annual Back Stage Bistro Awards, Monday evening at The Supper Club.

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    Rep This!

    This in-depth discussion with union leaders, activists, and players on both sides of the negotiating table will spell out how actors can get involved in making a more perfect union at a time when labor issues are hot, and likely to get hotter this summer.

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    Actor Goes To Market

    He's emerged as one of the most intriguing leading men working today, largely on the strength of one role: that of the intense, uncompromising defense attorney Bobby Donnell on ABC's hit series The Practice. But as this in-depth one-on-one discussion with acting teacher John Ruskin will show, Dylan ...

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    Taking on Reality TV

    "I guess you could kind of say it's a revenge fantasy," explained writer/director Daniel Minahan of his first feature, Series 7, a farcical look at reality-based television.

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    SAG Conducting "Campaign of Fear," Says ATA

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    "A PIECE OF MY HEART"

    Trinity Wheeler (dir.) will hold auditions for A Piece of My Heart, a true story of six women in the Vietnam War. Rehearsals start Oct. 5. Performances run Oct. 18-27 at Alexander Entertainment Group, Houston, TX. There is pay.

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    Shakespeare & Co. Leaving The Mount

    LENOX, Mass The Shakespeare & Co. theater group, which has been performing at the former home of writer Edith Wharton for 25 years, is leaving at the end of this year.

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    Battle Continues Over Stratford Shakespeare Theatre

    The most recent attempt to turn Stratford, Conn., into a shrine to William Shakespeare on the order of the Stratford in Ontario, Canada, or Stratford-upon-Avon in England, has collapsed.

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    Rodgers Awards Honor New Musicals

    The late composer Richard Rodgers is remembered for changing the Broadway musical in many ways. First through his collaborations with lyricist Lorenz Hart, which provided the world with dozens of popular songs; then with his collaboration with lyricist-librettist Oscar Hammerstein II, which also provided the world with popular songs and ...