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    CENTERSTAGE: Louisville Fest Offers More Opps for Scribes

    How is it that a theatre located in Kentucky annually attracts industry professionals from across the country, including major studio and broadcast

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    Mid-Coast CUES - Stars Come Out for Buckets o' Beckett

    Talk about brash: The small, here-to-fore non-Equity Splinter Group Theatre Company snared Tony Award winners John Mahoney and Frank Galati, Oscar winner Estelle Parsons, performance artist Jonathan Harris, and Chicago acting and directing talent including Del Close, Michael Maggio, Mike Nussbaum, Sheldon Patinkin, and Robert Breuler for its fifth annual ...

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    GODSPELL

    The flower-children musical Hair (1968) and its G-rated counterpart Godspell (1971) seem to be frequently revived these days, perhaps in reaction to the success of the more recent rock musical phenomenon Rent and its unavailability for licensing. With its amorphous mix of hippie lovefest, vaudevillian camp, and religious themes (adapting ...

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    Herman Receives Hammerstein Award

    Carol Channing presented composer Jerry Herman with the Oscar Hammerstein Award for "Hello, Dolly!," in celebration of that show's 27th anniversary. The award, given annually by the York Theatre Company, was presented at Saint Peter's Church at 619 Lexington Ave. on Mon., May 6. Leslie Uggams, Jane Connell ...

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    Lincoln Center Waives Rent For Small Groups

    Lincoln Center's Community Arts Project (CAP), an outreach program to assist New York's smaller arts organizations, is waiving basic Alice Tully Hall rental charges for eight organizations--representing theatre, music, and dance--chosen from throughout the

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    DANCE DIARY 1 - 998: The Year to Compete

    You may well ask, "Since the USA International Ballet Competition doesn't take place until June 13-28, 1998, why tell us about it now?" Well, the competition will accept approximately 100 dancers, and since professional dancers and amateurs will be coming from all over the world, if you want to ...

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    "Signature" Work From Oregon

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    MAKING IT HAPPEN: Bay Area playwrights find opportunities still exist - but only when they get out from behind their typewriters and onto the streets.

    The playwright may be among our most endangered species. Consider: cutbacks in funding for individual artists. Theatre literary departments shrinking. Revivals on Broadway. Literary adaptations. Hollywood