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    AFTRA Opens Door

    AFTRA, the American Fed-eration of Television and Radio Artists, has scheduled another Open Door Lottery session to introduce New York members to casting directors and agents. Any AFTRA member who has not gone through the Open Door may come to AFTRA's office at 260 Madison Ave. Tues., May 22 ...

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    Aquitania

    "Aquitania," presented by the Ziggurat Theatre Company at Gascon Center Theatre, 8737 Washington Blvd., Culver City. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. May 11-June 17. $15-20. (310) 495-0252.

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    Sundance Staying in Park City

    The Sundance Film Festival will make an encore performance in Park City at least through 2005.

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    John Cullum:

    A Real Pisser in "Urinetown: The Musical"

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    Coens, Lynch Are Back at Cannes

    While others clamor for a coveted spot at the film festival, these U.S. filmmakers are part of an elite group that gets invited again and again.

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    'Rhodes' to Success

    Two extraordinary endowments to New York University (NYU) and the Juilliard School, totaling more than $35 million, will enable both institutions to expand offerings to performing arts students.

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    Woody Allen Sues Former Producer

    Woody Allen, the Oscar-winning comic and filmmaker, has sued former friend and producer Jean Doumanian, charging that she cheated him out of profits from the last eight movies they made together.

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    Broadway Stars Honor Shaw

    Rosemary Harris and Michael Allinson lead a cast of six in a staged reading that explores the turbulent life of George Bernard Shaw.

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    Angus MacLachlan

    Dealing with the Darkness

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    Dealer's Choice: How to Negotiate Your Contract

    After all the grueling years of work and suffering and humiliation and pain that most actors put into getting a job, you would think that they might have some salient idea of what to do once they actually get a contract to read and sign.