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    MUSIC CIRCUS SEASON

    The California Musical Theatre is seeking a costume designer/coordinator, scenic designer/coordinator, lighting designer, technical director, rehearsal pianist, prop master, costume shop manager, costume craftspeople, wardrobe supervisor, cutter/draper, first hands, stitchers, and P.A.s for its 2001 season. Season to include: My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the ...

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    SUMMER STOCK"OLIVER!," "JOSEPH ," "FUNNY GIRL"

    5/8, 5/9, & 5/10 at 7PM; 5/11 at 11AM at Henderson Theatre, 850 Newman Springs Rd., Route 520, Lincroft,

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    SAG Lists Main Strike Issues

    When the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists begin negotiations for a new film and TV contract, the unions will focus on residuals, salary compression, industry consolidation, diversity, digital technology, and the Internet.

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    THE ACTOR'S WAY: Family Affair - Commercial agent Leanna Levy describes the personal attention afforded actors who work with mid-sized agencies.

    Leanna Levy describes herself as a dinosaur in the commercial agency world. Aged to perfection would be more apt. For 30 years, Levy has been a commercial agent, almost 20 of them with her own agency. As the owner of the esteemed Cassell/Levy agency or C.L.I., Levy ...

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    Complete History of a Successful Play

    The story goes something like this: A production designer at Walt Disney Imagineering sees a colleague wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the title of a play he's somewhat familiar with, The Complete Works of Wm Shkspr

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    DANCE DIARY

    International Ballet

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    LOOK FOR THE UNION LABEL: The major performers' unions: how to join, what it'll cost you, and what you'll get.

    Face it: Throughout the centuries, society has had a love/hate relationship with actors. Successful performers are idolized, but you wouldn't want your daughter to marry a struggling one! Communicative storytelling is an ancient tradition, and although people hunger for it, respect for the actors who provide such diversion ...

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    "Caveman" Plaintiff Tells of Friendship Turned Foul

    "I worked with Rob Becker on staging, characterization, the writing cues, sound cues, lighting, and certainly in shaping the show, as a director does." So claims Peggy Klaus, who is asserting her rights as director of "Rob Becker's Defending the Caveman" in a lawsuit asking damages "believed to be ...

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    Apparel

    I find a lot of great stuff at Alice Underground Ltd., on 78th and Columbus. I found really good bargains on tuxedo pants and tuxedo jackets, shirts, sweaters--and often they have big bins of things for 5 and 10 dollars, like jeans and curtains that you can do fun stuff ...

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    Bistro Bits - Like Fine Wine

    ONE OF THE VIRTUES OF CABARET IS THAT, un-like in some other performing arts, age is not a drawback to success. If anything, the reverse is true. The distinguishing characteristic of cabaret singing is the interpretation and communication of lyrics; the more offstage experience an artist has, the richer those ...