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    Hearing on Doubling Copyright Fee

    The federal Copyright Office has proposed alternate copyright fee increases including raising the registration from $20 to $35 and $45, and charging up to $60 for a

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    Lim—n Dance Into Library for the Performing Arts

    The Josƒ Lim—n Dance Company will present a 50th anniversary program--a recreation its 1947 debut-- at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza, on Thurs., Jan. 9 at 5:30

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    NEA, in Double Kiss, Gets Ivey, Republican Help

    The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), which has withstood the past year's Congressional funding tug-o'-war with the flexibility of Plastic Man, received two boosts of support before legislators adjourned for the Memorial Day break:

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    In Good Voice: The Canadian Opera Company

    There's a great deal of theatrical as well as musical excitement when Toronto's Canadian Opera Company stages a new production. The troupe's canny general director, Richard Bradshaw, knows that established audiences still want the "Bohmes" and "Traviatas," usually dressed in traditional clothes, but he's sufficiently forward-thinking ...

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    Wilson, Alexander Keynote Twin-City Arts Congress

    Two controversial and highly-honored artists--August Wilson and Jane Alexander--will be among keynote speakers for "Linking Americans and the Arts: An Arts Congress," to be held in Minneapolis-St. Paul, June 7-10.

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    Joyce Celebration

    Symphony Space will present its 16th annual 'Bloomsday On Broadway' celebration on Mon., June 16 from 7 pm to midnight. Hosts Isaiah Sheffer, Artistic Director of Symphony Space and Robert Fagles, acclaimed translator of Homer's Odyssey will lead the audience to discover the parallels between Homer's hero and ...

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    SAG "MOVE" in NY

    Members on the MOVE, a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) member-driven program designed to strengthen its membership, has installed a local hotline at (212) 827-1560 for NY SAGers who wish to become more involved with the guild. Michael P. Byrne, chair of the MOVE committee, will attend the upcoming SAG/NY ...

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    UNITE Targets Weisslers' "Chicago"

    The Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE)--the folks who earlier brought you a nude billboard protesting Broadway producers' neglect of costume makers--has begun targeting individual

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    Tennessee Williams Rembered by director Wilson

    The last 20 years of Tennessee Williams' career is generally thought to represent the afternoon of an author in precipitous decline. If this opinion is reversed, or even sympathetically reconsidered, it will probably be due to directors like Michael Wilson who come from the New South--in his case, Winston-Salem and ...

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