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    Actors Meet Agents in Seminar Face the Agents: Equity Seminar

    How does an unrepresented actor lure an agent? Does an actor need both an agent and a personal manager? Successful agents put straightforward answers to these and other questions when a crowd of 85 curious actors gathered on Mon., June 24 at the Actors' Equity Association Building to get an ...

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    Back Stage's Gebbie Feted

    Julann Gebbie, Back Stage advertising salesperson, has received this year's Reuter Award, bestowed by Billboard Publications, Inc.

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    Equity's Holiday - "98 Basket Project

    Since 1986, Equity's project committee has been delivering holiday baskets filled with clothing, books, CDs, candy, toiletries, and other sundries to local hospitals and AIDS organizations, to be distributed among people living with AIDS. Corporations and individuals have donated all the

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    BISTRO BITS: Parlor Rooms and Pastiche

    While cabaret existed long before themes or structured shows came into being, many successful "essays" have been adopted by performers with great success. I recently spotted two shows that are perfect examples of how to make memories work in a show without being boring or drowning in self-absorption. Both had ...

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    ATW Honors at Waldorf

    The American Theatre Wing will honor Ossie Davis, Kevin Kline, Jason Robards, Patrick Stewart, and Sam Waterston at its annual "honors" luncheon.

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    SPOTLIGHT ON COMMERCIAL CASTING: Pitching the Product - Commercial Trends

    Here's the skinny: Projections early this month showed television's six major networks reaping over $7 billion in prime-time commercial slots this coming fall

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    Drama Desk Awards

    ing musical revival, director of a musical (Christopher Renshaw), sets for a musical (Brian Thomson), and costumes (Roger

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    Where to Send Your One-Acts

    Limitations: No unsolicited scripts; synopsis, resume, and letter of inquiry; plays for audiences up to high-school age with contemporary themes; adaptations of fairy tales or literary classics; new works based on Pacific Rim

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    1999 a Mega-Year for Box Office and Media

    In the film production business, it seems, the bigger you were in 1999, the more you liked the financial bottom line. But most actors, swimming for their lives at the bottom of the food chain, must have gazed warily at the scene.