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    PROFILE: Solo Voice

    Michele Mais has found that the best way to survive as a West Coast singer is to stand out from the

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    Wager Exits D.C. Stage for Wider Arena

    Arena Stage's Artistic Director Douglas Wager will leave his post at the end of the 1997-98 season. Wager has helmed the Washington, D.C., theatre since

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    Miami Theatres Surviving Despite Budget Catastrophe

    A $68 million shortfall has plunged Miami into a junk-bond credit status on Wall Street, and forced a referendum which could abolish the city's charter. But the theatre community seems to be holding its own due to its close relationship with Dade

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    "SELENA: A CELEBRATION OF LIFE"

    Rosalinda Morales (cstg. dir.) will hold auditions for Selena: A Celebration of Life, a musical celebration chronicling the life of Selena while paying homage to the vibrant young artist who was an inspiration to her generation. Exec. Prod. Tom Quinn, dir. Daniel Valdez. Rehearsals start Feb. 20. Performances start Mar ...

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    IN SHORT

    Liza Minnelli to Be

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    Critic's Picks

    ¥ ACME Schmacme, presented by and at the ACME Comedy Theatre, 135 N. La Brea Ave., Hollywood. Through July 25. (213)

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    Masur Allies Label Ballot Miscount a Blunder

    Supporters of Screen Actors Guild president Richard Masur have posted a new theory on their Website that purports to explain last year's controversial miscounting of ballots in SAG's National Executive Committee election. According to this theory, the miscount was the result of human error, not fraud. It holds ...

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    Dramatic Arts Graduates 64

    Actors Lynn Redgrave and Laurence Luckenbill saluted the 64 graduates of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts during a commencement held Thurs., April 25, at Broadway's Majestic

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    Nominees for MAC Cabaret Awards Announced

    The nominees for the 12th annual Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC) awards were announced on Mon., March 2. Betty Buckley, Bobby Short, John Pizzarelli, and Marcia Lewis were among the acts that grabbed mentions.