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    Stevenson Recuperating

    Isabelle Stevenson, chair of the American Theatre Wing, is still recuperating after undergoing heart surgery last week, according to a spokesperson at the Wing who characterized Stevenson's condition as "doing really, really

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    "Night Stalkers" At La MaMa

    New York Performance Works and SHOUT Productions are presenting "Night Stalkers," by Ernest Abuba, at the La Galleria space of La MaMa E.T.C., 6 E. 1st St, through March 2. Inspired by the epic poem "Beowulf," this is a ritualistic performance piece with music by Erin Kamler and ...

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    Lar Lubovitch Dance Co. Awarded $150,000

    The Lar Lubovitch Dance Company has just been awarded a grant of $150,000 by the Irene Diamond Fund. The Fund will provide $50,000 on an annual basis for each of the next three

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    Atlanta's usually somnolent summer has been shattered by the onslaught of the Olympics. The city is full of people and traffic. But it isn't just about sports: Theatre, music, dance, film, and lectures are all over

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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

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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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    Broadway Alliance Extends in Heavy Contract Season

    The demands of a contract-heavy season have led the League of American Theatres and Producers and the theatrical unions to extend the current Broadway Alliance contract until December 29 of this year. The contract had officially expired in

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    ATA To Unions: Let's Cooperate, Not Discipline

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-The Association of Talent Agents is urging the Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA not to begin disciplinary proceedings against agents suspected of supplying nonunion talent to commercial producers during the unions' strike against the advertising

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    Correction

    The "NYC Fringe Festival Opens" story (Aug. 13, page 1) put John (Lypsinka) Epperson into the wrong play. He is featured in the world premiere of Patrick E. Horrigan's "Messages for Gary," not "All-Male Lives of Y2Gay-A Millennium Musical