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    Stage Combat Workshop

    Stage combat specialist Rick Sordelet will lead a workshop for directors and choreographers who want to learn how to work with fight directors. The workshop will take place on Sat., July 20, 10 am-2 pm at New York Spaces, Studio 3B, 939 Eighth Avenue, between 55th and 56th streets. The ...

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    Prolific Dickens Adapted to Screen

    This guy Dickens seems to be one of Hollywood's busiest writers.

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    Spies in the Stacks

    "Spies in the Stacks" is a silly, meandering comedy about an assistant librarian who suspects that some of her friends might be Communist spies.

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    A Dream of Butterflies

    "A Dream of Butterflies," presented by and at Theatre West, 3333 Cahuenga Blvd., L.A. Thu.-Sat. 8 p.m. Oct. 25-Nov. 30. $15-20. (323) 851-7977.

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    edgeTables

    "Are we burnt out or are we not burnt out and what kind of work are we doing?" asked Cathy Carlton, EdgeFest's press representative. These seem to be the key questions on theatre makers' minds this past year, in part due to a polemical article published last year in ...

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    Jerome Foundation Assists 16 NYC Institutions

    The Jerome Foundation recently allotted grants to 16 New York City arts institutions. The grants range from $7,500 to $80,000, and will support projects in theatre, dance, cyber-arts, music, playwriting, poetry, visual arts, multi-media, and

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    Theatre Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

    What do Mary Alice, Athol Fugard, Otis Guernsey, June Havoc, Jon Jory, Liza Minnelli, and Al Pacino have in common? They are the living artists who will be inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame (ATHF) Jan. 29. Those names, plus those of the late actress Nancy Marchand and ...

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    HBO Rolls Hard 8 at DGA Noms

    HBO leads the race for this year's DGA television honors with a total of eight nominations, including multiple mentions for "The Sopranos" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm."

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    "Fantasticks" Nears 16,000; Seeks Alums

    On Fri., Dec. 18, "The Fantasticks," the show billed as the world's longest running musical, will celebrate its 16,000th performance. While his publicity office is seeking to gather the production's acting alumni for a media event, producer Lore Noto took time this week to reflect back on ...