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    Kirk Douglas Remembers Theater Work

    CULVER CITY, Calif. (AP) Stage work may have disappointed Kirk Douglas, but he hasn't forgotten theater's role in launching his movie career.

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    Garlands 2001

    Does Los Angeles theatre get the recognition it deserves?

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    Equity Meetings

    Equity membership meetings take place over the next two weeks in all regions to elect nominating committees for the 2002 elections.

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    Disney officials, analysts brace for 'transition' year

    How long will it take for the Walt Disney Co. to turn the corner? After a difficult 2001, Wall Street is ready for Disney's latest resurrection but expects more trouble in the "transition" year ahead.

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    AGMA Mulls Board Cut

    The American Guild of Musical Artists' board of governors wants to go on a crash diet, cutting itself down from 238 governors to 75

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    Where Do We Go From Here?

    What has come to be known as 9/11 has changed the world we live in, and brought home to New Yorkers, and Americans at large, that we are all vulnerable. Everyday, somewhere around the world—particularly in Israel—we see that there is no real defense against suicide bombers.

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    Kabul Won't Fall After All

    In the post-September 11 political climate, the National Endowment for the Arts is once again facing controversy, this time over a grant for Berkeley Repertory Theatre's planned production of Tony Kushner's Homebody/Kabul, currently onstage at New York Theatre Workshop

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    No SAG Peace While the Elected Face Challenges

    The density of challenges to the Screen Actors Guild's recent national and local elections, and the fallout since then, indicate a turbulent time ahead for SAG's new leadership.

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    SAG's Gilbert Seeks Peace Amid Politics

    Amid an internal election probe and maneuverings in both Hollywood and New York board rooms, Melissa Gilbert—the Screen Actors Guild's new national president—delivered a pre-Thanksgiving message calling for unity, followed by another touting the guild's dedication to its members. It didn't seem to take, which ...

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    Peer Gynt

    "Peer Gynt," presented by Son of Semele Ensemble at the Whitmore Lindley Theatre Center, 11006 Magnolia Blvd., N. Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Nov. 30-Dec. 16. $10-15. (323) 860-9970.