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    AFTRA Inks TV Agreement - With PAX-TV

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) has signed its first agreement with Paxson Television, Inc., known as PAX-TV, the nation's largest owner-operator of broadcast television facilities, including WPXN (Channel 31) in New York City. Less than a year old, the Los Angeles-based PAX-TV is a family-oriented ...

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    Martha's One-Night Stand: Living legend Uta Hagen revisits her Tony-winning role from Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? for a benefit reading.

    Can theatrical lightning strike twice? Uta Hagen's long and distinguished career onstage has been dedicated to the proposition that lightning may strike not just twice but several times over the run of a

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    Garlands Honor L.A. Theatre

    The elite of West Coast theatre gathered Monday night at Westwood's Geffen Playhouse to accept Back Stage West/Drama-Logue's Garland

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    SAG/AFTRA Member Sues QVC for $105M

    A New York member of Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) has filed a $105 million class-action discrimination lawsuit against QVC,

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    Script Deadlines

    The Turnip Theatre Company is now accepting submissions for its 5th Annual 15 Minute Play Festival, which runs Feb. 320, 1999. Submissions must be typed, no longer than 15 pages, and postmarked no later than Nov. 1. Winners will be notified by Dec. 15. Send your submissions to Turnip Theatre ...

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    Auditions at a Glance

    In order to help Back Stage readers better manage their time, we're providing this day-to-day calendar of walk-in auditions for the coming week.. Complete details appear on the pages indicated. For all mail-in, by appointment, and future casting, refer to the casting pages beginning below.

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    CORRECTION

    In last week's review of The Gingham Dog at the Actor's Circle Theatre (BSW, 5/25/00), the critic cited the wrong actress, Dawn Hillman, for the role of Barbara. The role was played on the night reviewed by Hillman's understudy, Brittany