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    Here's to the Ladies

    Several actresses got a real chance to strut their stuff in productions this month, making up for a still slow start to the 2001 season in the Puget Sound region. The coming month holds several Shakespeare entries, a rare almost all-Seattle cast production of 1776 at the 5th Avenue and ...

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    ACTORS' DIALOGUE: Henry Winkler & John Ritter

    Henry Winkler and John Ritter are more than just television icons from the 1970s. They are sitcom survivors who have succeeded in staying in the game. They are also, perhaps not coincidentally, very good friends, having met while both were stars of two of ABC's top-rated series-Winkler on Happy ...

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    STAGE AND SCREEN: Coming and Going

    Theatre in the Southland offers excitement for those who once trod the boards, and a base for those making the leap off of

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    Reehling Named AFTRA H&R Trustee

    Joyce Reehling has been designated by the AFTRA National Board to fill the vacancy on the Health & Retirement funds board of trustees created when Bill Hillman died last

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR : Clark Johnson Copping an Attitude

    When you're talking to Clark Johnson, there are moments you'd swear you were talking to Detective Meldrick Lewis. Anyone who's followed Homicide: Life on the Street, the critically acclaimed but publicly under-appreciated NBC drama, knows that Lewis is the most fully realized character in a series distinguished ...

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    Tony Show Details Finalized: PBS, CBS, Radio City Music Hall, Millers, p're et fils, Back On Deck

    Final details have been announced for the 54th annual Tony Awards telecast June 4. CBS will air the primary, two-hour, portion of the program for the 23rd time, and PBS will present the one-hour pre-show for the fourth year in a row. Walter C. Miller, who is a 14-year Tony ...

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    CalArts/Alpert Awards Announced

    Dancer Mark Dendy and Playwright W. David Hancock are two of this year's five recipients of the CalArts/Alpert Awards, walking off with $50,000