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    AT YOUR SERVICE

    The following list is a sampling from hundreds of service organizations supporting the arts in the New York City boroughs. The organizations featured here focus on service to individuals and small groups involved in theatre, dance, music, and the media. This partial listing, edited with a few additions by Back ...

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    Equity Extends Biz Pact

    Actors' Equity Association's National Business Theatre Contract, which expired at the end of August 1999, has been extended to August 31, 2000 with a 3.5% across the board salary

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    NASAA: Arts Agencies Reap Record Year

    During a time when the funding pot seems to be drying up, state governments this past year awarded their arts agencies their highest total dollar amount in

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    ACTORS' DIALOGUE: Jon Cryer & Ben Daniels

    Controversy and compelling theatre frequently go hand in hand. Case in point: the Odyssey Theatre's holdover production of writer/director David Beaird's 900 Oneonta, which in its U.S. premiere continues to draw large and responsive audiences, following a critical reception that was largely rapturous but scarcely unanimous ...

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    Take Hart

    John Hart, the noted New York headshot photographer whose course at NYU's School of Continuing Education, "Taking Pictures of People," was sold out last spring, will be offering the same course again this fall. Hart is the author of 50 Portrait Lighting Techniques and Professional Headshots. His NYU course ...

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    FACE TO FACE: Norman Barrett - The Ringmaster's Big Apple Budgies

    Imagine a bird with a comic sensibility. Indeed, all eight of Norman Barrett's small birds‹parakeets, or budgies to be precise‹collectively demonstrate a keen sense of humor. Each displays a distinct personality‹" 'tude" is a more accurate term‹and their timing is peerless. Sometimes they perform tricks with ...

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    Exiting York Reflects on AFTRA's Success

    "We now have a vision of our future thanks to him," said Shelby Scott, national president of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA). "How to deal with the new century. You know how much the industry has changed. He felt AFTRA had to change to meet the ...

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    SPOTLIGHT ON SUMMER TRAINING PROGRAMS: Design for Living - Interns take to the shops for stage design and tech.

    If you never got beyond hemming a skirt in home economics class or building a breadbox in shop, you have far to go toward a career in costume or set design. One way to make up for lost time is by taking on a summer internship. You have plenty to ...

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