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    Spreading the Word: Garnering Publicity for Your Play or Project

    For those of you who weren't tuned in to this column last week, my focus was on a panel that I moderated this past June titled, "Getting Your Play Press: Advice From the Pros." Panelists included five top press agents: Jim Baldassare, Diane Judge, David Rothenberg, Susan L. Schulman ...

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    CASTING

    CRUISE LINESVOCALS FOR CRUISE

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    REVIEWS

    THE WEIR

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR: Sandra Oh - Who You Know

    Sandra Oh may be a minority actress, but it hasn't seemed to slow down her career. In addition to starring on the HBO series Arli$$, now entering its fifth season, Oh can currently be seen in actor/writer Don McKellar's feature directorial debut, Last Night, for which she ...

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    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

    The Year of the

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    Volunteers Find Teens' Voices

    The stereotype of the lazy Los Angeles actor--sitting at home, watching TV, and waiting for the phone to ring--has recently been challenged by the young nonprofit arts organization Voices in Harmony, a group that brings together teenagers from urban L.A. with theatre professionals, to bridge the cultural gaps that ...

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    Schwartz to Direct Musical Theatre Workshop in NYC

    Grammy and Oscar-winning composer/lyricist Stephen Schwartz will once again direct the ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshop, which commences March 2 at the ASCAP offices, located at One Lincoln Plaza in

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    Arts and the Law

    Word" Is No Longer Just a Word And "Rent" Is No Longer Just

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    Back to Work, Video Sleaze

    Readers: A longer version of the following letter appeared several weeks ago in this column (1/8/98). I responded to Dorothy in very general terms and asked her to furnish more specific information about the company which hired her. In a subsequent investigation, I was able to dig somewhat ...