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Archive for July, 2010

CBS Press Tour Party Scoops from TV Guide

Source : TV Guide – Keck’s Exclusives : CBS Press Tour Party Scoops CSI show runner Carol Mendelsohn tells me Bill Irwin will be reprising his role as inmate Nathan Haskell in the show’s 11th season premiere, then return for three additional episodes in a story arc that will finally introduce the wife of Laurence Fishburne’s Dr.…

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Planned Updates & Other News

We just wanted to give an quick update regarding some plans we have for The WPAP over the coming months. We do have a brand new layout in the works, it is something we have been wanting for some time and we hope this will make everything on the site easier to find, it’s a…

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Dennis Zacek announces his Retirement

Source : Broadway World Artistic Director Dennis Zacek today announces plans for his retirement from Victory Gardens, after 34 years at its artistic helm. Zacek will continue his tenure through spring 2011, as the board conducts a national search for his successor. He will remain with the company as Artistic Director Emeritus and plans to remain…

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William Petersen: From ISU to CSI

Idaho State University Magazine have a great article regarding Billy in their Spring/Summer 2010 Edition. It’s quite the resumé for a man who never intended to be an actor. He thought he might try politics or college football—until he spent a year at Idaho State University 37 years ago. He lived in a small apartment…

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