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    OREGON THEATER 2001 SEASONS

    Jim Giancarlo (prod.) will hold auditions for the Oregon Cabaret Theatre (Guys on Ice, runs Mar. 14-June 11; Eat-TV, runs May 23-Sept. 3; Gunmetal Blues, runs Aug. 15-Nov. 5; 'Tis the Season, runs Oct. 17-Dec. 31) and Rogue Music Theatre (Kiss Me Kate, runs May 29-July 29; Godspell in Concert ...

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    "HEAVEN ON EARTH"

    David Kern (prod./dir.) is seeking a makeup/hair stylist, gaffer with lighting package preferred, A.C., production manager, boom operator, and grip for Heaven on Earth, a digital film about a middle-aged couple coming to terms with their daughter's death. Prod. James Notari. One-month shoot starts July 9 ...

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    "EL VESTIDO"

    Richard Azurdia (cstg. dir.) is accepting submissions for El Vestido, a 35mm film about a magical dress that transforms the life of a woman. Prod. Ingrid Marquez, Dir. Alicia Zaragoza. Two-weekend shoot starts Apr. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Writers Guild Names Noms

    The Writers Guild showed a taste for independent movies, "Law and Order," and "Seinfeld" in 1997 award nominations, announced on Thurs., Feb.

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    "HIRO & Co."

    Michael Ching (cstg. dir.) is accepting submissions for Hiro & Co, a digital video comedy about a flamboyant beauty salon owner and his bevy of attractive, dysfunctional hair stylists and friends. Shoot starts in Mar. There is possible pay.

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    NABET, ABC Resume Talks; Prez Tips SAG

    ABC Television and the broadcast technician's union, NABET/CWA, announced Mon., Nov. 23 that they had resumed

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    Hart Shot Wins Prize

    New York photographer John Hart scored with his headshot of Ryan Gibson, securing top prize for the performer on NBC's on-line Access Hollywood's "The Big Break Contest." Gibson wins a trip to Hollywood, an audition with a top agent at The William Morris Agency, and photo sessions with ...

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    A Shakespeare Fest in Utah

    In 1959, Fred C. Adams, then a theatre professor at the college of Southern Utah (now Southern Utah University) in Cedar City, saw the potential potential in a summer audience for a theatre festival or pageant. Three years later, his idea was realized when the Utah Shakespearean Festival presented its ...

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    LORT, SSDC Reap Two Contracts With One Talk

    The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers (SSDC) came out of its recent negotiations with the League of Resident Theatres (LORT) with not one new contract but

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    Red Hunt October

    Hollywood remembered the blacklist this week with a moving evening of reminiscences, film clips, and reenactments of some of the key moments of testimony before the House on Un-American Activities Committee, which began its inquiry into the loyalties of the American Left 50 years ago this