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    One of the most consulted books on my reference

    One of the most consulted books on my reference shelf is the 1993 paperback edition of The Cambridge Guide to American Theatre. With its handy cross-referenced entries, the guide has always been absolutely indispensable to me—my first resource when researching any topic connected to theatre in the United States ...

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    nj rep., "Piaf in Vienna"

    New Jersey Repertory Company is seeking an actor, 30s-40s, very attractive, plays piano very well, for the world premier of "Piaf in Vienna" by Brad Korbesmeyer. Rehearsals begin Nov. 13; runs Dec. 7-31 at the NJ Rep Company in Long Branch, NJ (SPT Tier II contract). Then it moves to ...

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    open, m dancers, "phantom"

    2/20 at 3PM (sign-up begins at 2:30PM) at City Center Studios, 130 W. 56 St., 4th fl., NYC.

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    The Producers Guild of America honored the comedy

    The Producers Guild of America honored the comedy Little Miss Sunshine as the best picture of the year at its influential awards ceremony in Hollywood on Sat., Jan. 20, making the low-budget film a formidable contender heading into the Oscar race.

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    Dry Humor

    Oscar winner Alan Ball makes his feature directorial debut withTowelhead, a film about a 13-year-old half-Lebanese girl's coming of age.

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    Shakespeare for Directors

    The Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation (SDCF) has announced "Directing Shakespeare—A Classical Symposium," a 2fi-day intensive during which participants will attend workshops exploring approaches to directing the Bard's works. The symposium will use "The Winter's Tale" as its focal text.

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    Lincoln Center Announces Season

    Lincoln Center Theater's 1996-97 season will feature four new plays by notable playwrights, and two other productions riddled with big names. The six shows will be spread among three

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    Reward the Cords

    You have probably heard of an actor's "instrument," the tool at an actor's disposal that makes it possible for him or her to perform. We performers are unique among all professions because our very being is the only tool necessary for translation of our gift. You need only ...

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    Broadway Has a Council in It

    Seven individual Locals of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes (IATSE) are giving a whole new meaning to the phrase "organized labor." The Locals have banded together to form a "Broadway Council" that will be able to speak for all members, if the current uncertainty over terrorism and tourism ...

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    GRAD FILMS"IN THE MIX"

    Stephanie K. Smith (prod.) is accepting submissions for In the Mix, a digital pilot and two episodes of a dramatic series for USC. Weekend shoot starts Feb. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.