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    Papparazzi Bill Moves Ahead In California

    The California Assembly has approved a bill which, if it becomes a law, will give celebrities and crime victims the right to sue if their privacy is invaded by papparazzi.

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    SAG Vice-chair Resigns Over Probe Close

    (BPI) LOS ANGELESā€¹The vice chairman of the Screen Actors Guild committee overseeing the ballot counts in next week's vote on the proposed merger of SAG and AFTRA has resigned in the wake of alleged ballot tampering in the Nov. 16 SAG

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    Ivey Shares NEA's "Exciting" Future with CTT

    "Our survival has been secured," National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman William Ivey told members of The Creative Coalition (TCC) in New York last

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    "TRUTH'S DECEPTION"

    Eric Hensman (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Truth's Deception, a digital "Twilight Zone", "Sixth Sense"-style psychological thriller for Cal State Fullerton about a guy who is suddenly killed being put to the test against the Devil for his soul. Dir. Mathew Hensman. Shoots Mar. 1. Copy, credit ...

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    "Wild Party" Is Postponed Due To Casting

    Michael John LaChiusa's new musical, "Wild Party," will have to be postponed until casting is settled.

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    "THE LAST KENNEDY"

    Richard Culver (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for The Last Kennedy, a digital conspiracy drama about the assassination of a presidential candidate. Shoot starts Mar. in San Francisco. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Norton Awards To Vogel, Serban - Huntington, Gloucester Lead Boston's Theatres in 17th Annual Honors

    BOSTON-Elliot Norton, the 96-year-old "Dean of American Theater Critics," was the recipient of numerous verbal bouquets at the Ritz Carlton Hotel here Monday night. And what more appropriate scene than the seventeenth annual Elliot Norton Awards ceremony, presented by the Boston Theater Critics

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    Charles Hallahan

    The busy and versatile stage, TV, and film actor Charles Hallahan died last week of an apparent heart attack. Probably most widely known for his work as Capt. Charlie Devane on the TV series Hunter, Hallahan was most at home in the theatre, scoring his greatest artistic triumph in multiple ...

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    DANCE DIARY - Nijinsky: The Faun Revived

    Death of a Faun, with actor-dancer Nicholas Johnson as the legendary dancer, recently played Off-Off-Broadway, at St. Clements Theatre. Formerly a dancer with The Royal Ballet and English National Ballet, Mr. Johnson is a now an actor in London's West End, and on

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    Livent Fielding Bids and Reorganizing

    Livent, the beleaguered Canadian theatrical company, continues to reorganize while it reviews confidential bids. As many as 10 companies may be interested in acquiring some of its assets, if not the entire