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    Money Matters

    The Actors' Fund of America invites show-biz pros to attend five free Monday evening seminars covering money management issues for

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    Carolyn Hennesy Pretty Funny

    I adore funny women. Each is funny in her own way. One thing you can almost say across the board, however, is that funny women rarely, if ever, remind you of Jackie Kennedy. The whole notion of combining emotional reserve and classic beauty with comedy almost seems antithetical. Usually the ...

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    SALUTING HUGHES MOSS CASTING: Side by Side With Hughes Moss - Gilburne & Urban Make Casting Coups and New Discoveries

    Jessica Gilburne has been working as a casting associate for Hughes Moss Casting Ltd. for more than 15 years. Ed Urban has served in the same capacity for more than five years. But working side by side for the same company is not the only thing that these two interesting ...

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    THE CRAFT: Reality Check - Playing an actual historic figure, living or dead, requires more than imitation.

    When Lorri Holt and Amy Tung walked onto the Magic Theatre's stage as Hillary Clinton and Soon-Yi Previn Allen, respectively, at the recent opening of Michelle Carter's Hillary and Soon-Yi Shop for Ties, the audience burst out laughing. I think it was because Holt, in particular, looks so ...

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    Actors We Love: John Allsopp - Edgy All-American

    An actor with All-American good looks and a nice-guy disposition is often envied by his colleagues because he gets first crack at those coveted leading-man roles. But an actor who has the aforementioned virtues, and can also knock off second-banana and character roles with equal aplomb, seems especially enviable. One ...

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    Lars Hansen to Head Theatre

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    Oh, the Things We Do

    So this is me: an actor, living in a world supported by dreams that is hard to understand, harder to explain, and hardest—but far grander than all other options—to live in. It is a lifestyle fueled by the ridiculous. But for those of us in the know, it ...

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    Curtain Closes On Costly "Capeman" Caper

    After 10 years of work, 59 previews, four directors, and umpteen bad notices, the Paul Simon musical, "The Capeman," has posted a closing notice. The show will leave the Marquis Theatre on March 28. The show's $11 million price tag makes it the most costly failure in Broadway