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    SAG Awards Voter Guide: Television

    Best actress in a comedy

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    In our next

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    The Rise of Asian Cinema

    When "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" first came out, director Ang Lee said he would like to see it "break the art-house barrier."

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    By any number of collaborations over the years,

    By any number of collaborations over the years, connect the names of two performers or creators who have never worked together, and receive a Back Stage West T-shirt. Weekly winners are chosen by the creativity, cleverness, and brevity of their connections.

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    Rodgers Awards Honor New Musicals

    The late composer Richard Rodgers is remembered for changing the Broadway musical in many ways.

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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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    The Independent Spirit Awards, given by the

    The Independent Spirit Awards, given by the Independent Feature Project/West, will be held Mar. 24 in Santa Monica and aired on the Independent Film Channel and Bravo. The nominees are:

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    Law & Order

    When David E. Kelley's Boston-set legal drama The Practice goes tabloid or gets soapy-silly, as it occasionally does amid its earnest, grey-toned legal milieu, it is the show's marvelous, complementary ensemble cast that keeps it real.

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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. The effort to establish the Stratford Shakespeare Festival Theatre in the town midway between Fairfield and New Haven lasted some 10 ...

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    Ally McBeal

    To think that a couple of pompous, bickering shrinks, their down-to-earth dad, and his live-in care provider could remain the funniest characters on TV for... seven years, is it? Operating on the premise that there is nothing funnier than a couple of foppish aesthetes bumbling through their lives, the plots ...