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    NLRB: Disney Denied Info to Equity - Company May Have Subcontracted Actors, Avoiding CBA

    The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that Walt Disney World Co. violated federal labor law by failing to furnish Actors' Equity Association with employees' job assignments, as well as inform the union of the theme park's relationship with affiliated corporations.

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    REVIEWSSALOME

    at the Actors' Gang

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    Clinton's Bridge Theatre Is Castle's Bridge to Future

    Castle Clinton, the one-time fortress in Battery Park, will soon reopen as a theatre for the first time in 146 years. On Wed., June 5, The Bridge Stage of the Arts and the Conservancy for Historic Battery Park will present "Hart & Hammerstein Centennial Plus One at the Castle," the first ...

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    TWO-HEADED

    Among last year's justly acclaimed local productions was Julie Jensen's Last Lists of My Mad Mother, a quietly devastating glimpse at the ravages of Alzheimer's disease and its effects on a mother/daughter relationship. Jensen's Two-Headed is another intimate portrait of female bonding and shares with ...

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    MASTER CLASS

    Charlotte Cornwell commands the stage with her magnetic presence in TheatreWorks' production of Terrence McNally's Master Class. She exudes a magnetic presence, just as legendary diva Maria Callas did when she reigned over the world's greatest opera houses in the 1950s and '60s.

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    "P.O.W."

    Tanya Ryno (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for P.O.W, a 35mm feature drama. Shoot starts Oct. in New Jersey and New York City. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    Critic's Picks

    ¥ An American Romance, presented by and at the Road Theatre in the Lankershim Arts Center, 5108 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood. Through Nov. 23. (818)

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    REVIEWS

    DYBBUK at a Traveling Jewish

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    ISPA Conference Hits Highs and Lows

    The focus of the International Society for the Performing Arts' 49th annual conference will be "High Art/Popular Culture," and the conflicts and distinctions