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    SAG Awards Honor McDormand, Rush, "Seinfeld"

    The Screen Actors Guild honored its own during the third annual SAG awards, held at the Shrine Auditorium ballroom in Hollywood on Sat., Feb.

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    Livent Exits Stage Plan

    Beleaguered Livent, the Toronto-based theatrical production company, showed further results of its financial strain last week by declining to follow through with a written commitment to the New 42nd Street to develop the Times Square

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    BMI Workshop Seeks Future Harts, Rodgerses, Larsons

    The BMI-Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, a popular two-year residency program which brings together composers and lyricists to work under the guidance of experienced professionals, is accepting

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    Theatre Festival, AITA Meet in Michigan

    Community theatre members worldwide have gathered at St. Joseph and Benton Harbor, Mich. until June 28 for the third annual International Theatre

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    THE 12 COMMANDMENTS OF AUDITIONS: You think nothing is written in stone in this business? Think again.

    So your agent calls with great news: "You have an audition at CBS tomorrow." You study the sides and head off to the audition. But what exactly should you do (or not do) once you're in that room to increase your chances of winning that callback? Just doing a ...

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    NEA/TCG Playwright Applications Due

    The deadline for submission of an intent to apply card for the NEA/TCG Theatre Residency Program for Playwrights, a prerequisite for application, is Fri., March 14. Applications must arrive at TCG by April

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    Amid High Energy, Daniels Tells SAGers To Get Active

    "It was amazing, from the opening moment of a standing ovation, which surprised me, through a whole drum and fife corps coming in with flags," William Daniels recalled of Sunday's national membership meeting of the Screen Actors Guild, the first he chaired as the guild's new national president ...

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    Bit Parts : The Trials of Tony

    It's pre-Tony season on Broadway, the time of year when producers and the theatre media lock arms and march together to the whistle of a hundred tempests in a teapot. As the April 9 meeting of the Tony Awards administrative committee approaches, borderline new plays and quasi-Broadway houses are ...

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