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    ¥ Butt Pirates of the Caribbean, presented by the Deadpanhandlers at Luna Park, 665 N. Robertson Blvd., W. Hollywood. Indefinitely. (310)

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    Amended B'way Alliance Extends Thru '97

    The Broadway Alliance contract, amended by several cost-adjusting measures, has been extended through the end of 1997, pending union

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    AGMA Sets Strike Date for NYC Opera Members

    The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA), which represents chorus members, solo singers, dancers, stage managers, and stage directors at the New York City Opera, has announced it will walk out on the opera if a new contract isn't reached by midnight on Mon., Sept. 29. The strike deadline ...

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    "Playbill" Nabs Top Exec of Rival "Stagebill"

    Playbill has lured top Stagebill executive Clifford Tinder into its camp, shifting the balance once more between the arch rival program

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    Corrections

    For those keeping count, our Detroit column in the April 10 "Regional Roundup" accidentally expanded on Shakespeare: Hilberry Repertory Theatre presented "Two"--not "Three"--"Gentlemen of Verona." Also, a clarification: Christian Anderson took over the role of Roger in "Rent" on April 21; the touring production continues to play Detroit ...

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    "BABY, IT'S BEING IN LOVE WITH YOU"

    Amir Blachman (prod.) is accepting submissions for Baby, It's Being in Love with You, a digital nostalgic film short about a lounge singer's lost love. Dir. Alon Dori. Shoot starts early Apr. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Mike Ockrent Memorial Service

    emorial services for director Mike Ockrent will be held in New York on Mon., Jan. 24, at 1 pm, at the New Amsterdam Theatre, 214 West 42nd

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    SAG, AFTRA Begin Film-TV Pact TalksStrike Murmurings Provide Concern, Even in the Early Going

    With the possibility of a strike hanging loosely over their heads, two of the nation's major actors' unions went to the bargaining table last week. The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) began negotiations Feb. 19 with the Alliance of Motion ...