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    George St. Head Has Troubled Past and Future

    Embattled George Street Playhouse producing artistic director Gregory Hurst's troubles may be just beginning. Hurst, who last week resigned from the New Brunswick, N.J., theatre after being hit with multiple charges of sexual harassment, may be in danger of losing a prime directing gig at Newark's New ...

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    SPOTLIGHT ON SPEECH/DICTION/VOICE-OVERS

    ADVICE FROM THE VOICE-OVER

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    DANCE DIARY

    Dance Theatre of Harlem's Winning

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    L.A.'S THEATRE WEEK

    L.A.'s theatre week has arrived. The Edge of the World Festival offers 49 shows in 20 venues throughout Los Angeles over eight days, Nov. 7-14. This is your chance to sample the unique and vibrant theatre scene around town-and cheaply! Purchase a festival passport for $10 from David ...

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    Equity PWD Chair Calls ADA Rulings Good for Disabled

    When the U.S. Supreme Court recently cast a narrower definition for those covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), advocates for the disabled shouted "Foul!" Some even claimed that the high court misinterpreted the act's

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    Clinton Wants $150M for NEA: Will Congress, Its Eyes on Surplus, Glance at Spending Caps?

    President Clinton has raised the bar on his efforts to increase funding for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Within a $1.84 trillion budget unveiled this week, the President called for a fiscal 2001 arts budget of $150 million, a substantial increase over the endowment's current $97 ...

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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 ...