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    ABT's Mighty Mixture

    in India relies heavily on the vagaries of the monsoon and millions of farmers rely solely on the annual rainfall for their survival."

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    Florida Stage, Actors' Playhouse Lead Carbonells

    Three theatres captured 17 of the 20 Carbonell Awards given out at the 26th annual ceremony held at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on Mon., Nov. 19.The big winners were Actors' Playhouse in Coral Gables, which garnered six Carbonells, including five for Jeanine Tesori's dark musical ...

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    Broadway Scores Biggest Holiday Box Office Ever

    Buoyed by record-breaking box office receipts during the Christmas holiday week, the Broadway theatre industry is on course to enjoy its single highest-grossing season

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    Sign Up for Actorfest!

    Registration is open for Actorfest New York City, featuring casting calls, workshops, and expert panels. Go to www.actorfest.com right away!

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    Audition Loop

    Since I arrived in New York, at every audition or callback I see the same handful of women. They all look like me, they are all my type. Some are even my height, build, hair color, tattoos... (Ok, maybe not the last part.)

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    "MULTICAMERA"

    John Kilker (dir.) is accepting submissions for Multicamera, a digibeta film for USC. Prod. Ose Oyamendan. Shoot starts Feb. 20. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    SAG Staff Shakeup

    The Screen Actors Guild's staff is seeing a major reorganization at the top. A. Robert Pisano, the guild's new national executive director/chief executive officer, has begun moving two of the national staff's mainstays from positions of power, while also announcing four new deputy-national-executive-director slots.

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    Council Plenary Set for Mid-May

    Actors' Equity Association will hold a National Council Plenary on May 15-17 in New York. At the three-day series of face-to-face meetings, topics submitted earlier by members will be debated, according to the union

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    Guthrie Adds to Its Kushner Celebration

    The Guthrie Theater is getting a lot more Kushner into its lineup next season.

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    Bloomberg's Conflict Questions

    (BPI) Running for political office was only the first hurdle for Michael Bloomberg. With the New York mayoral election won, Bloomberg now will have to answer some tough questions about his future involvement with the media empire he built over the past 20 years, observers say.