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    Casting Policy

    To place any notice in the Northern California section, contact the Los Angeles office at (323) 525-2358, Back Stage West Casting, 5055 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Flr., Los Angeles, CA 90036, fax (323) 965-1340. Please see information on page regarding casting policies.

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    CHORUS, "EVITA"

    Julia Flores (cstg. dir.) will hold chorus auditions for Evita. Prod. Tom McCoy, dir. Jon Engstrom, mus. Dir. Steven Smith. Rehearsals start Mar. 6. Performances run Mar. 23-Apr. 8. There is $650 pay for non-Equity performers.

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    SAG, AFTRA Stalled on Pension Issues Leaders Polarized Over Whether They Should Merge

    After years of debate and planning, leaders of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists now appear to be at loggerheads over the proposed merger of their

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    P.A., UNTITLED DIGITAL

    C.A.S. Rao (dir.) is seeking a P.A. for an untitled DV short. Shoot starts Apr. Copy and credit provided. There is some pay. Send resumé to 375 Central Ave., #45, Riverside, CA 92507.

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    "BEAUTY AND THE BEAST"

    Cavan Hallman (dir.) will hold auditions for Beauty and the Beast, a school tour. Performances run Oct. 6-Dec. 8 throughout Texas. Travel and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    Colorado Company Makes It to New York and Forges Identity

    When a theatre company produces a play based on a movie-especially a classic-the obvious question is why not just see the original?

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    Clinton Budget Proposes $136M for NEAAgency's Fate Could Depend on House of Representatives

    President Clinton, who made a pointed call for support of federal arts funding in his State of the Union address, has proposed a $136 million budget for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). The monies are a part of Clinton's fiscal 1998 budget of $1.7 trillion which ...

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    TEXAS: Staging a Living in Texas

    Theatre talk in Texas is generally upbeat. The established houses like Houston's Alley Theatre and Theatre Under the Stars, the Dallas Theater Center, or Austin's Zachary Scott Theatre Center--amidst a still-booming Texas economy, rapid population growth, and an upsurge of interest in the arts--broadcast an air of optimism ...

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    REVIEWS

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