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    "SHAKESPEARE'S R&J"

    Brian Spencer (dir.) will hold auditions for Shakespeare's R&J, an adaptation by Joe Calarco. Prod. Dustin Leonard. Rehearsals start Sept. 10. Performances run Oct. 19-Nov. 18 at the Broadway Playhouse. There is pay.

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    SAFETY ON THE STAGE - Working Towards an Injury-Free Environment

    An actor in Pittsburgh was hurt backstage when he fell into an unlit stairwell. A singer in Columbus, Ohio, was severely injured onstage by chemical fog. Dancers are more likely to suffer job-related injuries than professional football players or construction workers. The theatre, in short, can be dangerous place, and ...

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    City Slams "Glam Scams"

    New York City's Department of Consumer Affairs has taken legal action against three local modeling agencies, charging them with scamming hopeful models by making promises the firms knew they couldn't

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    LAUGHING MATTERS

    NYC Loves a (Toyota) Summer

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    House Set for NEA

    The House of Representatives on Tuesday afternoon began to consider the funding bill for the Interior Department. The bill includes $98 million for the National Endowment for the Arts

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    Where's the Boom?

    If you've been hearing rumors of a massive boom in commercial casting following the strike, or of a huge casting frenzy in film and television work in preparation for what could be another long walkout, but you haven't exactly been filling your datebook with auditions, you're not ...

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    SAG Northern Exposure a Contract Key - Guild Wants More Authority in Production-Heavy Canadian Frontier

    The flow of American film and TV production into Canada has become a major bone of contention in ongoing negotiations for a new Screen Actors Guild contract--talks that should have reached their deadline as of the evening of Apr. 2. One of the SAG's chief goals is to extend ...