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    Welcome to Chelsea

    "Welcome to Chelsea" runs at the Grove Street Playhouse through July 26. The piece, written by and featuring Martin Outzen, tells the story of four men who are drawn into the glamour of Chelsea's gay fast

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    CENTERSTAGE: The Cabaret Lure

    The old joke is that if you ask an out-of-towner, "What's cabaret?" they'd tell you that it's a movie starring Liza Minnelli. Okay, maybe people have become a bit more savvy now, so they'll tell you that it's a show running on Broadway, or it ...

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    BACK STAGE WEST SIXTH ANNIVERSARY: BACK ISSUE ORDER FORM

    Back issues are $4.00 each. Multiply the total number of issues you want by $4.00 and send a check or money order for the total amount, along with this form, to the address below. NOTE: Some issues are unavailable except in photocopied

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    "DEMONS"

    Donald Kinney (prod.) is accepting submissions for Demons, a 16mm contemporary American folk tale set in a Midwestern rural town. Dir. Robert Kinney. Two-week shoot starts May 1 in Knoxville, TN. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    Bit Parts : The Great Spring Shuffle

    The sudden closing (final performance March 28) of Paul Simon's $11 million debacle "The Capeman" has put in motion a just-as-sudden shuffling of shows rarely seen at this late stage in the Broadway season. No sooner did "Capeman" 's home, the Marquis Theatre, become free than it was snatched ...

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    SAG-AEA-AFTRA Agents

    The following agencies in the New York City area are franchised with Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, and/or the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and have been compiled from the most recent union lists. Agencies are indicated (E) for Equity, (S) for SAG, and (A) for ...

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    Lincoln Center Announces Season

    Lincoln Center Theater's 1996-97 season will feature four new plays by notable playwrights, and two other productions riddled with big names. The six shows will be spread among three