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    Liza Minnelli to Be

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    ¥ ACME Schmacme, presented by and at the ACME Comedy Theatre, 135 N. La Brea Ave., Hollywood. Through July 25. (213)

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    Masur Allies Label Ballot Miscount a Blunder

    Supporters of Screen Actors Guild president Richard Masur have posted a new theory on their Website that purports to explain last year's controversial miscounting of ballots in SAG's National Executive Committee election. According to this theory, the miscount was the result of human error, not fraud. It holds ...

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    Dramatic Arts Graduates 64

    Actors Lynn Redgrave and Laurence Luckenbill saluted the 64 graduates of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts during a commencement held Thurs., April 25, at Broadway's Majestic

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    Nominees for MAC Cabaret Awards Announced

    The nominees for the 12th annual Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC) awards were announced on Mon., March 2. Betty Buckley, Bobby Short, John Pizzarelli, and Marcia Lewis were among the acts that grabbed mentions.

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    Costume Designer Greenwood Honored

    Costume designer Jane Greenwood, whose many credits included the upcoming Broadway shows "High Society" and "Honour," has won the 1998 Theatre Development Fund's Irene Sharaff Award for lifetime achievement. The prize, given annually for excellence in costume design, will be presented on April 20 at the Marquis Ballroom of ...

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    Cross-Border Travelx

    What's the situation for American performers who want to break into Toronto theatre?

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    ¥ An American Romance, presented by and at the Road Theatre in the Lankershim Arts Center, 5108 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood. Through Oct. 27. (818)

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    NYC TV Up, Film Down

    Twelve prime-time television series will be shot in New York City in the 1999-2000 season-twice as many as were filmed or taped in 1998-99. In addition to providing twice as much work for New York-based actors, the doubled local TV production should yield twice the direct expenditure into city coffers-up ...

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    The Rest Is Silence: How Mute Moments Move Audiences

    Let's get something out of the way quickly. During silent moments on stage no actor‹at least among the three we talked with‹is fantasizing about his next meal or what bills have to be paid. In fact, our interviewees all agreed that filling silence‹justifying it‹is the ...