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    Actor's Taxes

    he other day I got a call from a client who wanted to postpone her appointment because she couldn't find her tax return from last year. I asked if she was a returning client, and she said she'd been with us for several years. I said she didn ...

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    WGA Touts 'Casablanca' as Greatest Script

    "Casablanca" has topped the list of "101 Greatest Screenplays," a first-ever ranking by members of the WGA revealed Thursday at a reception in Beverly Hills.

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    "Networking is key," says Caplin. "You really

    "Networking is key," says Caplin. "You really have to put yourself out there and create some work of your own. When you put energy out, you meet people, they see what you're doing—and work begets more work." She suggests that dancers just beginning to work as directors and ...

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    Start here

    Begin by asking for referrals. Look at the headshots of your classmates, castmates, and actor friends, and get information on photographers whose work you admire. Visit established reproduction labs in your area. Isgo Lepejian in Los Angeles (www.isgophoto.com) and Reproductions in New York and Los Angeles (www.reproductions ...

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    SAG Awards Deadlines Announced

    SAG Awards Committee Chair Yale Summers has announced he key deadlines and events leading up to the13th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.

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    'Truth' on Iraq to be Told at Focus Features

    Focus Features has nabbed all worldwide rights to the Iraq war documentary "The Ground Truth: After the Killing Ends," slated for release this year.

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    Winner of eight Academy Awards, Elia Kazan's On

    Winner of eight Academy Awards, Elia Kazan's On the Waterfront (1954) cemented Marlon Brando's position as a film icon; the actor landed an Academy Award for best actor for his performance as Terry, a former prizefighter running errands for the corrupt boss of the longshoremen's union. Though ...

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    Another way to measure is by talking to actors

    Another way to measure is by talking to actors and asking them what plays they're reading: They're reading the works of Beth Henley, Marsha Norman, Wendy Wasserstein, Paula Vogel, Margaret Edson, and Suzan-Lori Parks—the most recent crop of six. And they're reading the works of those ...

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    Panel to Help Young Actors Find Jobs

    The Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre, and Broadcasting has announced the second session in a free panel series designed specifically to help actors find, and make, their way backstage.

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    McCormack, Tierney Go Off-Broadway

    "Will & Grace" is ending its long television run in May — and Eric McCormack already has his next job — going off-Broadway to appear with Maura Tierney.