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    Wanted: Theatre Artists to Talk About Workshops

    Back Stage would like to speak with actors, writers, directors, producers, artistic directors, casting directors, and anyone else who has participated in theatre workshops.

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    Okay, I have a confession. I watched American

    Okay, I have a confession. I watched American Idol. Not just the last two weeks, not just the top 10—the whole season. It's not pretty to confess when reality television takes a good portion of airtime that could fit in fantastic fictional programming for us actors, but I ...

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    Cattrall to Show Some 'Skin' for HBO Comedy

    Kim Cattrall, the co-star of new box office champ "Sex and the City," is back at HBO with another sex-themed comedy project set in New York.

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    Staging 'The Eccentricities of a Nightingale'

    Director Jenn Thompson believes there are common misconceptions about Tennessee Williams'The Eccentricities of a Nightingale.

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    Lortel Awards Are in the Moment

    The Lucille Lortel Awards, at its annual ceremony Monday night, honored shows that course with economic turmoil, war, terror, and racial unrest.

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    In 2006, actor BethAnn Bonner had minimal

    In 2006, actor BethAnn Bonner had minimal television acting experience, and she had never seen a soap opera in her life. Yet after some cajoling by a friend, Bonner arrived at the Los Angeles cattle call for the third season of Soapnet's I Wanna Be a Soap Star, a ...

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    Ex-Broadway Producers Plead Not Guilty

    Former Broadway producers Garth Drabinsky and Myron Gottlieb each pleaded not guilty to two counts of fraud and one count of forgery.

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    NYC: Favorite Place to Shop for Clothes

    Awash in bright lights, dotted with mannequins, and featuring long lines of customers winding around the cashiers,H&Mis the No. 1 place for clothes.

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    Blade actor Wesley Snipes was sentenced to three years in prison April 24 for willfully failing to file U.S. income tax returns for 1999 through 2001. Snipes was convicted in February on three misdemeanor counts. U.S. District Judge William Terrell Hodges in Ocala, Fla., handed down the maximum ...

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    Do little green men cavort about during Untitled Mars (This Title May Change)? No. Jay Scheib's fantasia about science's efforts to launch manned flights to the red planet is inspired by the fact that such a thing looks increasingly likely. Scheib, an associate professor of music and theatre ...