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    The British Alternative

    Preparing a report on a subject that inspires such enthusiasm has been a rewarding experience. There appears to be no difference of opinion when it comes to the topic of American students at drama schools in London. The schools welcome the Americans with open arms. RADA vice principal Ellis Jones ...

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    Sammy's Turn - Veteran Broadway dancer Sammy Williams returns to the stage in the Celebration Theatre's Too Old for the Chorus.

    In Sunset Boulevard, as the retired actress Norma Desmond imagines resuming her dormant film career, she proudly announces, "I hate that word comeback. This is my

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    "Abbott" Honors Richards, Kander, Ebb

    The 12th annual "Mr. Abbott" Awards Dinner of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation, Inc. in New York will honor director Lloyd Richards and the songwriting team of John Kander and Fred Ebb. The awards are named for George Abbott, the legendary

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    Ann Francine Honored by O'Neill

    Entertainer Ann Francine will be honored at the annual Eugene O'Neill Center Cabaret Symposium Benefit, to be held at Arcimboldo, 220 E. 46th St., NYC, on Sat., Jan. 18, at 6

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    SALUTING HUGHES MOSS CASTING: Julie Hughes & Barry Moss - Your Friends in the Audition Room

    A feeling of down-to-earth, human warmth pervades the atmosphere in the office of Hughes Moss Casting Ltd.-none of the clich d heavy-duty "hustle" that many people expect when they think of life behind the scenes at high levels in show business. And Hughes Moss is a high-level and a ...

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    STAGE"THE PASSION"

    "The Passion," a new drama in two acts for an Off-Off-Broadway production to open Sept. 27, by Warner Richards, directed by Stephen Stahl. Auditions will be held by appointment on Tues. Aug. 20 from 10AM-4PM at Eighth Avenue Studios, 939 8th Ave., Studio 3B, NYC. Casting--Katherine Hartfield: strong actress, 50s-60s ...

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    DANCE: The Ailey: First-Time "Fin de Siecle"

    Donald Byrd's "Fin de Siecle" (end of the century), was given its world premiere by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, during the company's recent season at City Center. Did this work ever turn out to be a