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    Actors'Taxes

    The More Things ChangeIt's tax time once more, and here you are again wondering how you're going to get through it. You've been following this column now for a couple of years and you think you've got it down pretty good. Everything should sail through as

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    Lamkey to Head Equity Central Region Office

    Actors' Equity didn't have to look beyond its own walls to find a replacement for its retiring central regional director. Kathryn V. Lamkey, senior business representative in Equity's Central Region office, will replace longtime director Fergus G. (Tad) Currie, who leaves the Chicago office he's headed for ...

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    London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts

    The list of alumni from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) is long and distinguished: Donald Sutherland, David Suchet, Janet Suzman, Richard Harris, Stacy Keach, Amy Irving, and Brian Cox, to name a few. The school is the oldest existing acting academy in the U.K., and ...

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    THRAUCO'S DAUGHTER

    Francisca Fuenzalida (dir.) is accepting submissions for Thrauco's Daughter, a sync-sound 35mm short for L.A. City College about a teenage girl who is the daughter of the maid of a rich man and becomes pregnant by her half-brother though the countryside blames a mythical dwarf called El Thrauco ...

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    MTV SPEC SPOT

    Steve Sarno (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for a 35mm MTV spec spot for Art Center. Shoot starts late Feb. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    First Time's a Charm

    For 16 years, the San Diego-based Playwrights Project has worked toward imparting the "power of language" as well as the joy of collaboration to California's would-be Millers and Wassersteins, Albees and Enslers. Through its California Young Playwrights Contest and Plays by Young Writers festival, fledgling scribes in sixth grade ...

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    SAG/NY Actors Earn $422 Million in 1998

    The Screen Actors Guild/New York's 1998 production report shows members earning $422.3 million for 1998, a 16% increase over the previous year's $415.5