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    Outdoor Drama Bows to Hurricane

    North Carolina's 30,000 vacationers and residents forced inland this week by Hurricane Dennis included audiences and production members from the outdoor drama "Worthy Is The Lamb." A second, "The Lost Colony" was already closed, but its facility was in Dennis'

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    Actors We Love: Sarah Polley - Wisdom in Youth

    From the age of 12, Sarah Polley has been concerned with shedding her "nice girl" image. Since then, she's done more than that-she's turned this stereotype on its head. Inarguably angelic in appearance, the slight and golden Polley radiates, more importantly than beauty, no-nonsense

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    Lincoln Center Announces Season

    Lincoln Center Theater's 1996-97 season will feature four new plays by notable playwrights, and two other productions riddled with big names. The six shows will be spread among three

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    SAG-AEA-AFTRA Agents

    The following agencies in the New York City area are franchised with Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, and/or the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and have been compiled from the most recent union lists. Agencies are indicated (E) for Equity, (S) for SAG, and (A) for ...

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    Bit Parts : The Great Spring Shuffle

    The sudden closing (final performance March 28) of Paul Simon's $11 million debacle "The Capeman" has put in motion a just-as-sudden shuffling of shows rarely seen at this late stage in the Broadway season. No sooner did "Capeman" 's home, the Marquis Theatre, become free than it was snatched ...

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    COLUMBUS/CINCINNATI - Ohio's three outdoor historical dramas, which use Equity actors in key roles, are among the most popular in the country each

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    "Oklahoma!" Redo K.O.'d by Rodgers And Hammerstein

    The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization recently refused to extend a non-traditional production of "Oklahoma!" in Atlanta. The action brings into focus important issues involving directors' rights to reinterpret classics, especially the reasonable limits to rewriting and/or adding

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    CLUB TALENT

    Club talent notices are open to union and non-union performers as they do not fall under union

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    AGENTS

    Peter Strain & Associates, Inc., 1501 Broadway, Suite 2900, New York, NY 10036, (212) 391-0380 (E) (S)

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    DANCE DIARY: American Ballet's Dream Program

    A recent American Ballet Theatre program could have been a balletomane's dream: Anton Dolin's "Variations for Four," The "Pas de Deux" from Act I of Romeo and Juliet, choreographed by Kenneth MacMillan; a world premiere called "Without Words," by Nacho Duato, and Anthony Tudor's Gala