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    BWAY Health Fair

    The Annual BWAY Fall Health Fair, presented by Physician Volunteers for the Arts, Better Wellness and You and New York Presbyterian Hospital will be held on Thurs., Nov. 16, from 10 am to 4 pm at The Aurora, 475 West 57th Street (enter on 10th Ave.).

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    Hitting the Right Notes: How to Get a Callback at a Musical Theatre Audition

    Preparation and flexibility are two necessities to a successful musical audition. In this session you'll learn how to make the most of your audition.Speaker: Michael Cassara, Musical Casting Director.

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    Old TV Shows Improve with Age on Big Screen

    If four decades of producing films and television shows has taught Leonard Goldberg anything, it's that a good concept is a good concept -- in any era.

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    So You Wanna Be an Agent

    Margaret Emory is an agent for Dulcina Eisen Associates and a member of New York Women in Film and Television. She welcomes your questions or comments via email at askanagent@hotmail.com. Back Stage reserves the right to edit them, and not all received will necessarily be used. Please do ...

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    How To Get Your Play

    How To Get Your Play Reviewed

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    Maine Film Festival Salutes Peter Fonda

    Peter Fonda was awarded the Mid-Life Achievement Award this weekend at the Maine International Film Festival.

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    Small Craft Warnings

    "Small Craft Warnings," presented by Mesa Production Company of New Orleans, Urban Haze Productions, and the Evidence Room at the Evidence Room, 2220 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Aug. 7-Sept. 7. $15-20. (213) 381-7118.

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    Artios Get Affectionate

    The Casting Society of America puts on quite a show once a year, as the membership gathers to recognize its own for excellence in casting. While the award presentation is the main focus of the evening, the pre-show gathering—during which a dozen actors (including Joey Lauren Adams, Catherine Bell ...

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    Study: Arts Generate Many Businesses

    It seems self-evident to say that your local theatre company, dance troupe, and symphony help keep people employed. These groups, after all, hire actors, dancers, and musicians. And they hire administrative staffs and, quite often, technical staffs, too.

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    Veteran Actress Florence Stanley Dies

    Actress Florence Stanley, who was a regular on television shows including "Barney Miller," has died of complications of a stroke. She was 79.