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September 26, 2003 | Louise Roug
Producer Bob Boyett and Bill Haber, president of Ostar Productions, have struck a $1.35-million deal with the Royal National Theatre in London that gives them first right to import its shows to the United States. The three-year deal begins this season, and the first Broadway imports will likely be Tom Stoppard's "Jumpers" and Michael Frayn's "Democracy." Not part of the deal is "Jerry Springer -- the Opera," which already has a deal.
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September 26, 2003 | Louise Roug
Producer Bob Boyett and Bill Haber, president of Ostar Productions, have struck a $1.35-million deal with the Royal National Theatre in London that gives them first right to import its shows to the United States. The three-year deal begins this season, and the first Broadway imports will likely be Tom Stoppard's "Jumpers" and Michael Frayn's "Democracy." Not part of the deal is "Jerry Springer -- the Opera," which already has a deal.
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October 31, 2004 | MICHAEL T. JARVIS
The cattle call, at which a large number of aspiring actors audition for casting directors, is a ritual as old as Hollywood. One of the busiest spots for commercial auditions is Westside Casting Studios on South Bundy in Los Angeles, which rents space to casting directors. On a busy day, more than 500 fresh faces wait to read for projects in one of the eight audition studios. We fed the lines to some aspiring stars as well as some old hands.
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