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    Thesps Help Nuremberg

    The actors of "Judgment at Nuremberg" have deliberated, and have handed down their decision: They want the show to go on.

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    The Invention of Love

    Trot out the adjectives. Tom Stoppard's "The Invention of Love" is funny, heart-rending, absorbing, mind-blowing, and compassionate.

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    Michael M. Kaiser is best known as an arts

    Michael M. Kaiser is best known as an arts manager with a reputation for saving arts organizations from financial and management disasters. He has served the State Ballet of Missouri, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and American Ballet Theatre. Through his efforts, the Royal Opera House at London's ...

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    Pantheon, an Ungodly Comedy

    "Pantheon, An UnGodly Comedy," presented by and at the Ruby Theater at the Complex, 6476 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. Thurs.-Sun. 8 p.m. Apr. 13-May 20. $15. (323) 242-4055.

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    Positively ActorFest

    Passion, drive, and ambition were key themes at the seventh annual ActorFest, as an estimated 1,200 actors gathered on Saturday at the Universal Hilton & Towers to collect information and advice from top industry sources, shop for acting-related services, even do a little performing at an entertaining open mike. Above ...

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    40 YEARS BACK STAGE: A Special Supplement of Back Stage

    AsBack Stagelooks back at its 40 years of service to our entertainment industry readers, we are aware of the changes that have taken place as we have evolved to meet the needs of our myriad readership. We have tried to serve those who have depended upon our production news and ...

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    Quotes from Julie Daniels'

    Quotes from Julie Daniels' students:

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    Schadenfreude

    "Schadenfreude," presented by Circle X Theatre Company at the Hollywood Court Theater, 6817 Franklin Ave., Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. May 4-June 9. $15. (323) 461-6069.

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    DCA Diced 62%: Mayor Again Slashes Arts Program Grants

    New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has continued his financial assault on not-for-profit arts programs, proposing that grants be slashed by nearly 62% overall, with theatre and dance companies suffering higher cuts.

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    'Love, Janis,' AFM Come Together

    The peaceful protesters outside "Love, Janis" at the Village Theatre have receded into history, like flower children and love beads.