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    The Edinburgh Festival Fringe: A Way-Out-of-Town Tryout

    The idea of producing a showcase at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe may seem a little daunting. Think about it. How do you manage to find a performance venue in a city you know nothing about? How do you bring your cast and production crew over on a minimal budget? Find ...

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    Homefront Closes, "Party" Looks for Hall

    The former New David Cinema's short second life as Homefront, a combination legitimate stage and bed and breakfast, came to a close on Fri., Feb. 13. Owner Mike Davis failed to come up with $140,000 owed his landlord. According to producer Richmond Shepard, whose production of "Tallulah's ...

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    AFTRA Hopes to Represent the Metro Network

    The New York Local of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has filed a petition with the national Labor Relations Board seeking to represent Metro Network on-air

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    Equity terms:

    EPA: eligible performer auditions (for information on eligibility, call AEA at (212)

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    Hartford's "Romeo" Sweeps Connecticut Critics Noms

    The Hartford Stage Company topped the list of the Connecticut Critics Circle's 1995-96 nominations with a total of 14 nods. No other company came close to that

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    Stacy Ross Break the Frame

    "I've gotten called 'sir' all my life," said Stacy Ross, grinning. With a 5-foot-9-inch reed-thin frame, a deep calm voice, and an appealingly androgynous look, onstage, she played many Shakespearean "breeches" roles as well as "lesbians who kill their mothers with a brick, freaks, mannish types—or the person ...

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    DIGITAL HORROR

    Marquette Williams (prod./dir.) is seeking a D.P., electrician, sound mixer, 1st A.D., dolly grip, script supervisor, special effects makeup artist knowledge of creature features, werewolves a must, and P.A.s for an untitled digital horror. Shoot starts Apr. 1. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is ...

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    SAG Hikes Dues; First in 13 Years

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) national board has approved a new dues formula that will see the union's take of 1.5% of member earnings increase to 1.85% and, for the first time in 13 years, an increase in base

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    SHAKSPEARE FEST.

    The Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival will hold an Equity and non-Equity open call for its 2001Spring season. Season to include: Romeo and Juliet and As You Like It. Performances run Feb. 20-May 12. Travel and lodging provided. There is pay for non-Equity performers.