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    FACE TO FACE: Daisy Foote - A Family Affair OR When They Speak of Family

    "I'd be lying if I said my father [playwright Horton Foote] didn't help me get this production off the ground," concedes playwright Daisy Foote, whose play "When They Speak of Rita" opened Off-Broadway, at Primary Stages, May 17. "I've had it done regionally, but in New York ...

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    AFTRA Expels Angeltompkins

    American Federation of Television & Radio Artists (AFTRA) board member Angeltompkins has been kicked out of the union for carrying out a campaign to de-certify the union's 60,000 actors and re-certify them under the umbrella of the Screen Actors Guild

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    Stars Light Broadway Tree

    Stars and company members from virtually every Broadway and Off-Broadway show will gather for the third-annual Broadway Holiday Tree lighting ceremony on Wed., Dec. 11, at 5:30

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    Theater Resources Unlimited Resource Night

    Theater Resources Unlimited will hold a resource night for performing artists and nonprofit theatre companies on Thurs., June 25, at 7:30

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    Ellen Burstyn

    You Can Count on Me

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    "DIONNE CROSS"

    Desire Jackson (prod.) is accepting submissions for Dionne Cross, a digital film. Dir. Malon Thomas. Shoot starts Feb. in San Francisco and L.A. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is no pay.

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    "THREE OF A KIND"

    Ken Sagoes (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Three of a Kind, a digital film for UCLA about three generations of men forced to deal with each other during a journey through the wilderness. Weekend shoot starts Mar. 10. Copy and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    CHICAGO CUE: CHICAGOUT OF TOWN - Summer and Smoking

    L.A. transfers, "Ragtime" plans, and dance denouements, shake the city from its sultry

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    Eight Inducted Into Hall of Fame

    The Theater Hall of Fame has tapped eight inductees for 1999, including playwright Tom Stoppard, actress and arts advocate Kitty Carlisle Hart, Los Angeles-based artistic director and producer Gordon Davidson, and five actors: Hal Holbrook, Robert Morse, Jerry Orbach, Frances Sternhagen, and Theresa