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    PAINTBALL FILM

    Jon Carlson (prod.) is accepting submissions for an untitled digital paintball film. Two-day shoot starts Dec. 30 in San Francisco. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    West End Story: American Actors Abound in London

    While Broadway seems perpetually inundated with Brits, especially since the English actors seem to be the ones dominating awards categories and reaping the prizes in recent seasons, London's commercial West End, and even its hallowed subsidized stages, such as the Royal National Theatre, are welcoming their American cousins in ...

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    A World of Gershwin

    The World Financial Center is presenting a series of free concerts as a centennial salute to composers Ira and George Gershwin. The Tony Corbiscello Big Band and guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli will headline "Gershwin Grooves" on Mon., April 21, at 6:30 pm. The following Monday, same time, same place, dance ...

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    TCG Eyes State of Stage

    Theatre Communications Group (TCG) has issued a draft report of stage executives' and artists' concerns about nationwide challenges facing the not-for-profit theatre industry. The primary step in TCG's first effort in 10 years to "capture the state of the field," the report overviews major issues, including competition, stagnant production ...

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    TCG Holds National Theatre Confab at Princeton

    Playwrights, actors, directors, critics, scholars, and administrators will convene in Princeton, N.J., June 26-30, for the Theatre Communications Group's 11th national

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    SAG-AFTRA East Okays Film-TV Pact Masur Meets NY Members May 5 on Contract Controversy

    Two of the nation's major performers' unions have completed the second of four steps needed to approve a new, controversial film-TV contract.