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New Recording Contract; Altercation at 'Newsies'

•An altercation involving six girls and three women, not even a week after the official opening of "Newsies"127896939 at the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey, left even the protesting paperboys impressed. Theater-goers complained that the women were rude and demonstrating rowdy behavior. Eventually the nine were escorted out. Who said the news[ies] is always boring? Read the story at Playbill.

•The American Federation of TV and Radio Artists (AFTRA) has been discussing a new sound recordings contract with all major labels, according to The Wrap. The current contract covers singers, royalty and non-royalty artists, announcers, actors, comedians, narrators and sound effects artists who work on recordings in new and traditional media, and all music formats. It will expire on Dec. 31.

Deadline reported that Netflix will soon host shows such as "House of Cards" and "Arrested Development" in order to both launch an original programming subcategory and to proceed to advertise for the long-awaited "Arrested Development" movie. 

Pictured: Cast of "Arrested Development” at The New Yorker Festival (Photo: Getty Images)

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