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    Ballet Biarritz

    How often does a dance critic see something and start thinking, "Oh, not this again," and then end up thinking, "Wow, what an evening!"

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    Adolph Green, 87, Dies

    Adolph Green, one half of the longest—and among the greatest—theatrical collaborations in Broadway history, died Thurs., Oct. 24 of natural causes in his Manhattan home. He was 87.

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    HBO Averts 'Pancho Villa' Strike

    HBO Films narrowly avoided a strike on the set of "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself" after signing a contract with Mexican technicians.

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    Antony and Cleopatra

    The Queen's Company has taken on a big challenge: Shakespeare's rarely performed Roman epic, "Antony and Cleopatra."

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    Modigliani

    The recent revival of the 1991 Dennis McIntyre play "Modigliani" provided an emotional and informative if overly long-winded look at the Italian sculptor and painter.

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    Actorfest Adds to Speakers Line-up

    Three prominent industry representatives have just been added to the Actorfest career seminar line-up. Joe Brancato, artistic director and founder of Penguin Repertory in Stony Point, NY and a freelance director, and Patrick Quinn, actor and president of Actors' Equity Association, will participate on the panel "I Hope I Get ...

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    Director Richards Receives Gish Prize

    This year's winner of the Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize is Tony-winning director Lloyd Richards.

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    Reeve Gets Celebs For History Show

    Actor Christopher Reeve knows how to get to fellow celebrities.

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    Greenwald Gets AFI Fries Award For TV Production

    The American Film Institute has tapped director-producer Robert Greenwald to receive the 2002 Charles W. Fries Television Producer of the Year Award.

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    WGA Downs Credits Issue

    Members of the WGA East and West have greenlighted three major changes to the credits arbitration process but nixed the fourth and most controversial proposal