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    Theatre Threatens Copyright; Guild Advises Author

    What do you do when a theatre suggests changing the title of a play, dropping the playwright's credit and then, for good measure, specifies that the playwright not be told? For playwright John Greiner, the good news is that an aspiring director, David Denson, refused to entertain the idea ...

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    CASTINGS

    (Editor's note: Casting directors stress that performers should not call or visit their offices unless otherwise instructed. All contact should be through the mail.)

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    "WE DELIVER"

    Jason Perr (prod.) is accepting submissions for We Deliver, a sync-sound film for USC about three young people and strange co-workers trying to start a food delivery business. Dir. Andy Farotte. Shoots Apr. 22. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Actor F. Murray Abraham Speaks At Frankel Seminar

    Oscar-winner F. Murray Abraham will be the inaugural speaker at the Gene Frankel Theatre and Film Workshop Winter Seminar

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    Hanover Postpones Off-Broadway Debut

    Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's reproductive organ takes precedence over his wife's. A week after Giuliani announced he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer, New York First Lady Donna Hanover announced she will postpone her appearance in "The Vagina

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    Print Advertising Discount for Small Theatres from NYT

    The New York Times, in a move to encourage more advertising from smaller theatres, has announced a "Small Theatre Rate" that will give Off-Broadway houses discounts on print

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    "CURRENCY"

    Leona Whitney Beatty (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Currency, a 16mm film for LMU. Three-day shoot starts Mar. 9. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Livent Rejoins League as "Nonlabor" Member

    Maverick producer Garth Drabinsky and his company Livent have rejoined the League of American Theaters and

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    Theatre Coverage Down - Columbia U. Study Finds Movies, TV, Music Dominate "Arts' News

    Newspaper and television coverage of "the arts," a definition broadened to include pure entertainment and down-market pop culture, has come to be dominated by news and listings of movies, television, and music-at the expense of thoughtful, critical analysis of the performing and visual arts and architecture-a new year-long study has