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    Listen to the Lions Finally have its New York opening

    After a delay of 20 years, John Ford Noonan's tragic farce about a dysfunctional Irish-Catholic family, "Listen to the Lions," will finally have its New York opening--Off-Off-Broadway at the Common Basis Theatre, Feb.

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    U/RTA Stages Okay Union Designers

    The University/Resident Theatre Association (U/RTA) has finalized a contract with United Scenic Artists (USA), the union for theatrical scenic, costume, and lighting designers. This new agreement, offered by U/RTA theatres and other not-for-profit institutions to USA professional designers on a show-by-show basis, will facilitate designers' employment at ...

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    "THE PRESIDENT OF BLEEKER ST."

    Ted Chung (prod.) is accepting submissions for The President of Bleeker Street, a Super 16mm film for UCLA about two boys and their growing awareness of their obligations toward the greater world. Five-day shoot starts Mar. 21. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

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    "Chicago" Clinches Six Drama Desk Awards

    The hit revival of "Chicago" continued its winning ways at the 42nd annual Drama Desk Awards, taking a total of six prizes. The DDs were presented on Sun., May 18, at the Booth Theatre in a ceremony telecast by New York-1 News, the local all-news cable channel.

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    Help Is on the Way

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    COMPOSER, "SURREALITY"

    Danielle Stallings (dir.) is seeking a composer for Surreality, a 35mm film for LMU. Shoot starts Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is possible pay. Send resumé and demo to Portable Productions, 10520 National Blvd., #204, L.A., CA 90034.

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    "GREEK GODS OF OLYMPUS"

    Asimina Tzathas (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Greek Gods of Olympus, a performance at a beauty pageant/cultural event. Performance Mar. 30 at Marconi Museum. Copy provided. There is no pay.

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    "Stagebill" Lands Disney Program

    Disney continues to change the way things are done on Broadway. The entertainment giant has signed a contract with Stagebill to provide the programs for "King David," making the New Amsterdam the first Broadway theatre in memory not to use Playbill. The concert version of "King David" will begin performances ...