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    NY AFTRA Re-Elects Horne

    Actor J.R. Horne has been elected to serve a second two-year term as president of the New York Local of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists

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    Equity Members Elect 17 to Serve On Nat'l Council

    Actors' Equity Association members have elected 17 of their own to serve on the national governing council, including 10 from the Eastern region. A total of 6,271 ballots were

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    CORRECTIONS

    In last week's Acting Schools and Coaches List, teacher L.J. Lane's name was mispelled. The following is the correct

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    How to Find a Producer

    Part III: The Search for Deep PocketsThis article is the last of our three-part series. In Part I we examined plays which have made the leap from Off-Off-Broadway to Off, and last week, we explored the art of producing yourself.By Roger

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    INDEPENDENT MEANS: Equality for All - Filmmaker Jim Jarmusch places equal importance on each member of his cast and crew, from the star to the gofer.

    Before independent film became an overused term, there were a bunch of filmmakers making movies for the sake of making movies, or rather art. Jim Jarmusch was one of those fledgling filmmakers. His 1984 film Stranger Than Paradise, his second feature, defined what was then a blooming indie film movement ...

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    Cable Television's "Broadway Beat" Is Tops in Tapes

    The bad news: Due to union restrictions, the vast majority of Broadway shows open and close without being professionally filmed or taped in their entirety. The good news: One enterprising soul, Bradshaw Smith, is doing his best--in the face of major obstacles, including draconian legal constraints--to preserve large chunks of ...

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    NEWS WIRE : "Alabama Sky" Flies South

    Black Artists Network Development (BAND), in association with the City of Los Angeles, Cultural Affairs Department, will present its inaugural production of Pearl Cleage's acclaimed play Blues for an Alabama Sky, opening this week at the Los Angeles Theatre Center in downtown Los

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    1999 IN REVIEW: Highlights "99 - 1999 News in Review

    Actors and the theatre establishment shared in the general prosperity of the 99th year of the 20th century...AFTRA and SAG didn't merge, after all...The American Theatre Wing (ATW) and the League of American Theatres and Producers buried their differences just long enough to get through an embarrassing ...