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    Facing Debts, There May Be No Place Like Homefront

    Homefront, the midtown performance space and bed and breakfast which opened only this past summer, will close unless it can raise the money needed to pay its sizable debt by Fri. Feb.

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    Audelco Award Nominees Announced

    Nominees for the 27th annual Vivian Robinson Audelco Recognition Awards, honoring African American theatre artists, were announced by theatre veteran Andre DeShields on Mon., Oct.

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    Disney Crowns "David" King of New Amsterdam

    Ever the comeback kid, "King David" has beaten out all comers to become the first show presented by Disney Theatrical Productions at the newly renovated New Amsterdam Theatre on 42nd

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    Union Pacts Must Include the Internet

    Leaders in the current commercials strike, including William Daniels, the Screen Actors Guild's national president, say they're concerned because ad-industry negotiators have yet to recognize the Internet in the bargaining process.

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    ACTORS' TAXES : Update on Meal Allowances

    A correction: In our third column, dated Jan. 16, we explained how food expenses while away from home on buisness are deducted. In reference to the Standard Meal Allowances for various cities within the continental United States as listed in IRS Publication 463--"Travel, Entertainment and Gift Expenses"--there has ...

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    Kids Dance

    Andrew Jannetti & Dancers will present "Dancer for a Day," a dance event which gives children a chance to take part in the creation of a new piece. The event begins at 2pm on Sun., Jan. 11, at the Joyce Soho, 155 Mercer St., NYC. Admission is free, but seating is ...