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    New Jersey Grants Revamped

    The New Jersey Council on the Arts (NJSCA) is holding a series of grant workshops throughout the state in order to inform potential candidates about the council's revised guidelines and applications for organizational grants. The changes were made in response to feedback from the arts community, and are intended ...

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    Backlot Buzz : BlakeRecently Wrapped

    Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan were in town right up to the wrap on Nora Ephron's You've Got Mail, while Entropy, the film that parallels writer-director-producer Phil Joanou's ("Final Analysis") life (but is not exactly autobiographical), kept Stephen Dorff ("I Shot Andy Warhol" 's Candy Darling) and ...

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR: Frances Bay - Royal Privileges

    She does Hecuba by night in The Greeks, Ron Sossi's powerful production of classic Greek tragedies at his Odyssey Theatre, and rehearses The Hughleys, ABC's popular sitcom, by day. The contradictions feed her and her zest for life enriches them in the late-blooming career of petite, 80-something Frances

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    B'way Audience Survey ew Surprises, Though Youth Attendance on the Rise

    The 1999 Broadway audience was younger, better educated, more affluent, and attending more shows than ever before, concluded a tracking study conducted by the League of American Theatres and Producers in conjunction with Research Inter-national. The survey, based on questionnaires distributed at 25 Broadway presentations between June 1998 and June ...

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    Actors Studio M.F.A. Program Presents Second Repertory Season

    The Actors Studio M.F.A. program at the New School's School of Dramatic Arts will launch its second repertory season of thesis productions by the 56 actors, directors, and playwrights who will graduate this May. Performances, which are free to the public, will take place at the Circle ...

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    NAACP's Daytime Drama TV Diversity Hearing Spotlights Exec Revolts, Lawsuit Threats

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-The NAACP's hearing on diversity in television Monday had all the intrigue of a primetime melodrama: a revolt by high-ranking network executives, a hero in the guise of the one network president who did show, passionate testimony from minorities on discrimination in Hollywood-all set against the tense ...

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    The SAG "Actor" awards will be held Mar. 11 at the

    The SAG "Actor" awards will be held Mar. 11 at the Shrine Auditorium and broadcast live on TNT.

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    "...SKETCH SHOW"

    Chris Berube (dir.) is accepting submissions for Yet Another Orange County Sketch Show. Rehearsals start Feb. 9. Performances run May 12-June 2 at the Second Stage. There is no pay.

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    Karen Kondazian's The Actor'sWay - Fail Safe : He loved acting and excelled at it, but

    David Giella finds casting more fulfilling--and hopes actors can find similar contentment in their

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