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    Musical Consortium Reveals First Project

    The inaugural venture of New Musicals Studio/USA--the recently formed consortium of regional houses designed to nurture new musicals--will be a hybrid of original American compositions and an existing Australian production called "Hot Shoe

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    "STREET ANGEL"

    Joe Latto (dir.) is accepting submissions for Street Angel, a digital short drama about a gay man's search for meaning in his life. Prod. Paul Lei. Three-day shoot starts Feb. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    "Chairs" to Pull Up On Broadway

    A last-minute deal between the producers of the hit London production of "The Chairs'' and Actors' Equity here in the U.S. has resulted in the Theatre de Complicite's staging of Ionesco's absurdist classic finding a home at Broadway's Golden Theatre this

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    Cops Shot at the Scene of the Crime

    There is a growing number of cops being shot on the streets of New York, and oddly enough, they seem to be happy about

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    AGENCY UPDATES

    Two sub-agents at Douglas, Gorman, Rothacker & Wilhelm, Inc. were franchised by Actors' Equity Association Dec. 10, as was another at Abrams Artists & Associates the following

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    WGAW's Petrie To New York On Peace Mission

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES: WGA West president Daniel Petrie Jr. has embarked on a secret "mission of peace" aimed at pulling the WGA East and the WGA West back from the brink of civil

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    Lawmakers Seek to Avert Jersey Theatre Tragedies

    The Crossroads Theatre in New Brunswick, N.J., won the 1999 Tony Award for excellence in regional theatre, but is so broke in 2000 its Internet website is blank except for the words "Account Suspended due to lack of

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    Chicago Cues: 35 Hath September

    September saw more than 35 openings as the Chicago theatre season roared out of the starting gate. Much-admired local journeyman actress Carmen Roman has taken on Maria Callas in Master Class, at Northlight Theatre, and has made herself a star. Directed by Peter Amster, she delivers an assured, detailed, and ...

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    While the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park attracted crowds with its 31-actor, effects-filled annual revival of A Christmas Carol (through Dec. 28), other central and southern Ohio troupes were finding success with the unconventional.