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Survey Says Arts Grads Find Work; Tierney Flys Again!

Sada • The Strategic National Arts Alumni Project has released the results of its 2010 survey, which insinuate that the employment opportunities for arts graduates are about equal to that of others, reported The New York Times.

• Christopher Tierney, who less than five months ago plummeted 35 feet in a performance of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" and sustained a fractured skull among other injures, executed the same stunt again during rehearsal without incident. Clearly, Tierney has taken method acting to a new level by actually becoming Spider-Man. Check it out at The Hollywood Reporter.

• Tony- and Emmy-winning actress Sada Thompson, known for her portrayals of maternal characters, died Wednesday. She was 83. Read her obituary at The New York Times.

• Independent studio the Film Department is closing shop on May 27. The studio was launched three years ago at the pinnacle of independent movie financing, but it soon ran into financial problems that continually plagued its run. Deadline and Los Angeles Times have got the story.

Pictured: James Broderick and Sada Thompson in television series "'Family" (Photo: Getty Images)

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