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    Bistro Bits- Summer Sounds

    HE DIVERSITY FOUND IN MANHATTAN'S CAB-aret this summer is mind-boggling. Often a slow period in the clubs, the season has scored particularly well for many performers this year. The success of shows during the long hot months has helped revive the public's image of cabaret. Proof lies with ...

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR - A Life's Work

    No one could rightly accuse Fyvush Finkel of lacking perseverance. Hired into New York's Yiddish Theatre as a preteen, Finkel performed there for the next 33 years. Off-Broadway followed, where he portrayed the shopkeeper in Little Shop of Horrors for the production's entire five year run. After that ...

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    Digital Actors to Materialize Soon, Says Price Waterhouse Study

    Film actors could be regularly sharing lines with "digital talent" within the next five years, according to a new, major study of entertainment and

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    Senate May Delay NEA Funding

    The Senate may delay considering the appropriations bill which includes National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) funding until after Labor Day, Mon., Sept.

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    Free Reading at York Theatre Co.

    The York Theatre Company will present a free reading of "Manhattan Tower Views," a musical journey through New York through the decades. The reading will take place Tues., Oct. 13 at 5 pm sharp, at The Theatre at St. Peter's Church, CitiCorp Center, 619 Lexington

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    Guide to NJ Arts Ed

    "Toward Knowing by Art," a guidebook to educational and community outreach programs offered by professional theatre companies in New Jersey, is available free of charge. For a copy of the guide, call The New Jersey Theatre Group at (201)

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    London Imports

    The Brooklyn Academy of Music will launch its spring season this January with two Racine tragedies‹"Ph'dre," and "Britannicus"‹straight from the notable Almeida Theater in London.