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    "DISCOVERY OF AMERICA"

    Andre Koutouza (dir.) is seeking a still photographer for Discovery of America, a sync-sound betacam documentary for USC discovering what America means in other cultures. Prod. Alexandra Wong. Shoot starts mid-Feb. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is pay. for information call (310) 497-4085.

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    "Good as It Gets," "L.A.Confidential" Take WGA Nods

    A dark comedy about a dysfunctional novelist struggling to uncover his humanity and a dark drama about a dysfunctional police force struggling with the concepts of duty and honor were selected as best screenplays of 1997 by the Writers Guild of

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    Over 500 Flock to Albany For Arts Day

    Nicolette Clarke's voice was lilting. The executive director of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) was on the phone, celebrating what sounded like a tap-dancin' kind of day in Albany, where some 500 pro-arts New Yorkers gathered for Arts

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    AFTRA Resume Rap

    "Let's Talk About Resumes, Again" is the subject of a Feb. 19 Rounds 'n' Raps session sponsored by the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA). The session takes place in the Eddie Cantor Conference Room on the 7th Floor at 260 Madison Ave. Admission is by paid-up ...

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    ATW Presents Three Seminars on "Working in the Theatre"

    A diverse and lively group of Broadway performers gathered on Tues., Oct. 20 to kick off the American Theatre Wing's (ATW) "Working in the Theatre" fall

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    Ex-Tony Voters to Sue?

    A dissident group of producers who have been deposed as active members and Tony voters by the League of American Theatres and Producers has retained permanent counsel in its fight against the league to regain full membership and Tony voting rights. Several active producer-members of the league also have joined ...

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    How to Find a Producer Part I: Knocking One of the

    Offs From Off-OffThis article is the first of a three-part series, "How to Find a Producer." The following report examines plays which--with the help of a producer--have made the leap from Off-Off-Broadway to Off-Broadway. In part two, Simi Horwitz explored the art of producing yourself. Finally, in part three, Roger ...

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    LONDON BY GEORGE : OUT OF TOWN - Fit or Failing The West End gets a clean bill of health, the Old Vic's life is saved at the last minute, and still the critics cry "sickness."

    The "edifice complex" continues to rage in Britain, with Lottery money trickling into construction and refurbishment of theatres around the nation. The Royal Court Theatre on Sloane Square received a grant of £22 million ($35 million) to rebuild its crumbling plant, but having to work around the Underground and a ...

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    Molinari's Record Leans Anti-Arts

    Rep. Susan Molinari (R-NY), Bob Dole's choice for the Republican National Convention's keynote speaker, brandishes a voting record which has gradually moved from pro- to

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