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    A&BC, NYSCA Millenium Awards to Recognize Arts.Business Relationship

    The Arts & Business Council has received $80,000 from the New York State Council on the Arts to develop and administer the Millenium Arts and Business Partnership Awards. The awards will recognize excellence in partnerships between arts organizations and businesses.

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    BIT PARTS

    One Night

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    Rhinoceros

    Entering the Harlem School of the Arts' playhouse recently, you could easily have been led to believe that The Classical Theatre of Harlem was presenting a theater-in-the-round version of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. In fact, it was a production of Eugene Ionesco's absurdist classic Rhinoceros.

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    Whither Funding?

    Mayor Michael Bloomberg, faced with a nearly $5 billion deficit for New York City, has introduced a preliminary budget which seems to cut every agency's funding, including the Department of Cultural Affairs. In the meantime, new federal recovery money sources are becoming available for Big Apple businesses in lower ...

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    Lawmakers Suggest Artists Repay Grants

    Artists who become commercially successful should pay back grants made to them earlier in their careers by the National Endowment for the Arts, two Republican congressmen suggested on Wednesday

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    Obituaries

    Leonard Gershe, 79, Playwright; Gerard W. Purcell, 86, NCOPM President

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    Astroglyde 2001

    "Astroglyde 2001," presented by and at ZJU Theatre Group, 4850 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood. Sat. 8:30 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Dec. 2-16. $10. (818) 202-4120.

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    DON'T BE AFRAID to IMPROVISE!

    Whether a beginning or experienced Actor, the ability to IMPROVISE dramatically improves your auditioning success and acting range.

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    No Signs of Closing

    L.A.'s Vagina Monologues taps bottomless well of curious actresses.

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    Corrections

    In last week's "Backlot Buzz" column (Aug. 31 issue), the television series "The Education of Max Bickford" was misidentified as an ABC production. It is actually broadcast on CBS-TV.