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    Paul Green Playwrights Prize Deadline Sept. 30

    The Paul Green Playwrights Prize is accepting submissions for the award that celebrates the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of "In Abraham's Bosom." The winner will receive a $500 award and possible production of the work by a consortium of North Carolina

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    "ROMEO & JULIET"

    Brian Spencer (dir.) will hold auditions for Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet. Prod. Dustin Leonard. Rehearsals start Sept. 10. Performances run Oct. 19-Nov. 18 at the Broadway Playhouse. There is pay.

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    CAL SHAKES

    Shana Cooper (cstg. dir.) will hold auditions for the California Shakespeare Festival. Season to include: Cymbeline, The Skin of Our Teeth, Romeo & Juliet, and Twelfth Night. Rehearsals start May 1. Performances run through Oct. 7 in Berkeley. There is pay.

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    IN SHORT

    SAG Awards Nomination Ballots Due Jan.

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    CORRECTIONS

    The listing for Rick Von Schnier was omitted from last week's list of Acting Schools and Coaches. It reads as follows: RICK VON SCHNIER is a private coach who focuses primarily on audition preparation (monologue, scene work, and cold reading). Rick has specific training and experience in Stanislavski, Meyerhold ...

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    Mid-Coast CUES - Starting Over

    It's back to square one for the $36 million Chicago Music and Dance Theatre, which has abandoned its proposed Cityfront Center construction site. The concept of a 1,500-seat shared home for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Ballet Chicago, Music of the Baroque, Chicago Opera Theatre, Old Town School of ...

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    BISTRO BITS: Mon Coeur S'Ouvre Ta Voix

    Australian singing star Judi Connelli, making her first local cabaret appearance in over a year, is currently in residence at The FireBird Cafe nightly, through Nov.

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    Tonys Endure Slings & Arrows of Outraged Showmen

    The Broadway theatre community's reactions to the Tony Award nominations--ranging from boycotts to lawsuits--have continued