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    "THE PARKING LOT OF SHOPLIFTED DELIGHTS"

    John Church (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for The Parking Lot of Shoplifted Delights, a sync-sound 16mm film for UCLA about a punk rocker and a drag queen shoplifting and falling in love at a department store. Five-day shoot starts Mar. 8. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no ...

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    Our Oct. 5 winner: We asked readers to connect Dan

    Our Oct. 5 winner: We asked readers to connect Dana "ChinaBeach" Delany to Jack "Chinatown" Nicholson and received the best response from Anne Hager of Northridge. Her link-up: Dana Delany starred in Fly Away Home with Jeff Daniels, who also starred in Terms of Endearment with Jack Nicholson. Endearing, Anne ...

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    Powell Hosts Benefit

    "All the World's a Stage," a global salute to the Broadway musical, will be performed at Carnegie Hall on Mon., Nov. 18, at 8 pm, as a benefit for Variety-The Children's Charity and the National Alliance for

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    ANTI-DRUG SPOT

    Ray Nailog (prod.) is accepting submissions for a 35mm Asian anti-drug commercial. Five-day shoot starts Feb. 19. Meals provided. There is pay.

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    Ford Foundation Funds Arts-Technology

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    Bonney Studio

    The Jim Bonney Studio announces its fifth year of Actor Training at Theatre Row Studios, West 42nd Street, NYC. Along with teaching the on-going two-year Meisner Program and Emotional Workshops, Bonney is now interviewing for his 12-week intensive class, "Meisner Plus." The class, which combines traditional Meisner acting technique with ...

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    ATW Awarded $25,000 Grant

    The American Theatre Wing has received $25,000 from the Billy Rose Foundation, Inc. to extend two year-round programs: the "Working in the Theatre" seminars and the Theatre In-School

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    Jerome Fellowships

    St. Paul, Minnesota's Jerome Foundation has awarded a two-year grant of $24,000 to New York City's Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in support of the participation of New York City and Minnesota-based playwrights in the 1996 and 1997 National Playwrights Conference.

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    Wednesday, May 31: Alley Whoop!

    Visitors to the theatre district frequently find themselves face-to-face with famous performers, but on Wed., May 31, such sightings are guaranteed. That's the day the League of American Theatres and Producers will present "Stars in the Alley," a free concert that kicks off the annual Theatre

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    "SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST"

    Scott Baugh (dir.) is accepting submissions for Survival of the Fittest, a 35mm short. Shoot starts early Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is possible pay.