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    Nada Escapes Eviction—For Now

    The Lower East Side theatre Todo con Nada has a new lease on life, as long as it can pay the rent on the lease.

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    Oscar Awards May Be Moved to Feb.

    Future Academy Awards could be held a month earlier if Oscar overseers approve a change because of complaints about the long awards season.

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    George C. Scott Memorial Set

    Actor George C. Scott, who died Sept. 23, at the age of 71, will be remembered by his colleagues at a memorial on Thurs., Oct. 28, at 2 pm, at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre on West 49th Street. Among those expected to honor Scott are Jason Robards, Elizabeth Wilson ...

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    Arie to Star on B'way in 'For Colored Girls'

    Grammy-winning singer-songwriter India Arie will star in the show's first-ever Broadway revival.

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    British Actors Bring Shakespeare Back to Iran

    Groundbreaking British actors trod the boards in Iran Tuesday night after more than a quarter century absence with a Shakespeare play that tested the sensitivities of the Islamic Republic's authorities.

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    SAG Grills, Bans Potential Members

    The Screen Actors Guild, still scarred and ornery from last year's bitter six-month commercials strike, continues to hold meetings concerning actors who have sought SAG membership after auditioning for, or performing, struck work during last year's strike against the advertising industry. During the strike, nonmembers were warned that ...

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    nyu, "the secret goldfish"

    Casting for NYU Tisch undergraduate color 16mm film, "The Secret Goldfish." Sil Gomez, prod'r; Larry Whiteside, dir. Shooting Dec. 8-10 in Manhattan. No pay, but meals, credit, and videocopy provided. Seeking—Max: nine, a little short for his age, must have experience, professional, good attitude; Tim: older brother, 16-17 ...

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    Leepa-Rattner Museum Sponsors Albee Lecture, Fundraiser

    This Sunday, Edward Albee will deliver a lecture entitled "The Playwright vs. The Theatre" at the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art in Tarpon Springs.

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    Santasia 2001

    "Santasia 2001," presented by A Loser's Kids Productions in association with The Secret Rose Theatre, 11246 Magnolia Blvd., N. Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m. Dec. 12-22. $10 or bring unwrapped gift valued at $10 or more, and receive two tickets for price of one. (818) 766-3691.