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    Weaving to Book Tours for William Morris Agency

    A new theatrical touring division of the William Morris Agency will be co-directed by Susan Weaving, who recently joined the agency as a vice president. Formerly the head of Tour de Force International, Weaving will be the East Coast partner of the new Morris venture, working in tandem with v ...

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    Bit Parts - "Rent" to Go West

    The Ordway Music Theatre in Saint Paul, Minn. will be the site of the Midwest premiere of "Rent," the smash rock musical by Jonathan Larson that has already conquered New York and

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    Defining Deductions

    We promised you last month that we would delve into the differences between Standard and Itemized Deductions. Since we explained the Standard Deduction in a previous column, this time let's explore

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    "SEX & VIOLENCE"

    Robbie James (prod.) is seeking lighting technicians/electricians, dolly grip, second grip, and third grip for Sex & Violence, a 35mm film. Dir. Ray Hamilton Sharp. Four-day shoot starts Mar. 9. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay. Send resumé to 8706 Wiley Post Ave., L.A. CA 90045.

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    SAG/NY Hosts Spot-Pact Meet

    Screen Actors Guild/New York will hold a "town hall" meeting Thurs., Feb. 10 on the proposed commercials contract and upcoming negotiations, which begin Feb.

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    TCG Holds National Theatre Confab at Princeton

    Playwrights, actors, directors, critics, scholars, and administrators will convene in Princeton, N.J., June 26-30, for the Theatre Communications Group's 11th national

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    TCG Eyes State of Stage

    Theatre Communications Group (TCG) has issued a draft report of stage executives' and artists' concerns about nationwide challenges facing the not-for-profit theatre industry. The primary step in TCG's first effort in 10 years to "capture the state of the field," the report overviews major issues, including competition, stagnant production ...

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