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    Brian Bedford Defines "Courtly" In Roundabout's "London Assurance"

    Brian Bedford's Sir Harcourt Courtly is an arthritic old stiff who fancies himself a sexually dashing lad about town. Over-rouged and sporting a loathsome black wig, he is equally uproarious when wincing (he seems to smell a foul odor throughout); attempting to uncramp his abruptly locked thigh muscles; or ...

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    ObituariesPhil Leeds, 82, Stage/Screen Comic

    Phil Leeds, veteran funnyman of stage, screen, and television, who once told an interviewer, "I'm not pretty, but I'm warm and feisty," died Sun. Aug. 16 at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He was 82.

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    Hwang to Rewrite "Flower Drum Song ' for Ahmanson

    Fresh from a successful rewrite of the new Broadway musical "Aida"-a success that was anything but certain only a month ago-playwright David Henry Hwang has a new musical project on his horizon. In truth, it's an old musical project: the 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein tuner "Flower Drum Song."

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    EQUITY STAGE

    P&R, "PUMP BOYS," KANSAS CITY,

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    "CIRCLES" CREW

    Jam Kaunda (prod./dir.) is seeking a sound person with equipment preferred and script supervisor for Circles, a digital feature. Four-week shoot starts Feb. 12. There is some pay. Fax resumé to (818) 598-0787. For information call (818) 598-0799.

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    Producer & Director Roles Discussed

    Theater Resources Unlimited, a network of producing organizations and producers, will hold a discussion titled "Producer & Director: Defining Your Roles" on Tues., March 25, 7:30 pm, at the John Houseman Theater, 450 W. 42nd

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    New Jersey Report Fuels Ticket Broker Battle

    With the June 1 expiration of the law governing the way New York ticket brokers operate, battle lines are being drawn on either side of the issue--some of them dictated, in part, by a recently released New Jersey report on an experiment in "free market" ticket

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    TOMBUDSMAN

    c/o Back Stage West

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    BISTRO BITS

    The Song Is You

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    "Saturday Night Fever" Heats Up B'way This Fall

    Yet another blockbuster movie takes the journey from screen to stage when Robert Stigwood's production of "Saturday Night Fever" bows on Broadway this fall. The musical, which is coming from London, will open at the Minskoff Theatre, on Thurs., Oct.