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    ATW Fall Seminars: Oct 20-22

    The American Theatre Wing's (ATW) Fall Seminars are once again upon us. Reserve now for the panels, which will be held Oct. 20-22 at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York. The seminars are free, but space fills up fast. To make reservations, call ATW at ...

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    TCG: New Tax Regulations Affect Nonprofits

    Not-for-profit theatres and other tax-exempt organizations, listen up! New tax regulations are at hand, and the Theatre Communications Group (TCG) says the new rules require action and accuracy. Because your nonprofit missions and financial records are about to become very public, specifically through tax-return Form

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    AWP Hosts Techno Confab

    The Actors' Work Program (AWP) will host its first event devoted entirely to computer-based career opportunities for entertainment professionals. The workshop, "Careers 2000: Technology and Your Future," will be held on Mon., April 20 from 5:30-8 pm. The event will take place at the Actors' Equity Building, 165 W ...

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    Obituaries

    William Hammerstein, 82, Director-Producer

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    PBS Vows Fund Fight: Net Says Privatization Defeats Purpose

    (BPI) WASHINGTON-Public broadcasting executives are vowing to fight for their federal funds despite threats from Republican lawmakers to slice their budget because some stations have shared donor lists with the Democratic

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    DOES LIFE BEGIN WHEN YOU "MAKE IT"? Constructing a Creative Life Now

    What is it that makes a life satisfying? What gives life meaning? These questions have been posed for as long as the human race has had words with which to pose them, and the answers have ranged all the way from "everything" (we are one, one is all) to "nothing ...

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    AFTRA Warns Congress of Hi-Tech

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) took concerns for its members' health and pension benefits to Congress this week, telling the Senate Judiciary Committee that new technology could decrease or eliminate performing artists' medical and retirement funds.

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    Dana Plato, "Diff'rent Strokes" Star, Dead from Overdose at 34

    Actress Dana Plato, who starred on the TV sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes," died of an apparent drug overdose at the home of her fianc , Robert Menchaca, in Moore, Okla., on Sat., May 8. Plato has a 14-year-old son, Tyler Lambert, of Tulsa, Okla., from a previous

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    The 'It' Guy

    Duncan Stewart is responsible for hiring actors for every role in the Broadway, London, and international touring companies of the Kander and Ebb musicalChicago.

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    book review

    ell-organized and thorough, this book is a helpful resource for any college-bound high school student interested in a film, television, or digital media program, or anyone seeking to continue studies in a similarly focused graduate program. Before listing 556 programs at 215 colleges and universities nationwide, the book offers common-sense ...