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    A Flea-ting Moment Sept. 22 for BC/EFA

    Opening night tickets for "Gypsy," "Flower Drum Song," "Man of La Mancha," and "Dance of the Vampires" are among the big-ticket items for sale at the 16th annual Broadway Flea Market and Grand Auction, benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA).

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    SAG, AFTRA Stalled on Pension Issues Leaders Polarized Over Whether They Should Merge

    After years of debate and planning, leaders of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists now appear to be at loggerheads over the proposed merger of their

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    MTW's Golden Glow

    Musical Theatre West, more vigorous and vital than ever, prepares to observe its 50th year with a Golden Anniversary Gala on Sunday, Oct. 6. The event has elements of an eagerly anticipated family celebration, as well as a star-studded VIP event. The birthday bash (black tie optional) will get underway ...

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    P.A., UNTITLED DIGITAL

    C.A.S. Rao (dir.) is seeking a P.A. for an untitled DV short. Shoot starts Apr. Copy and credit provided. There is some pay. Send resumé to 375 Central Ave., #45, Riverside, CA 92507.

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    NEA Nabs $10 Million Increase

    The House of Representatives voted 234 to 192 to boost by $10 million President Bush's budget request of $116 million for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), thus raising arts funding to $126 million for the year 2003.

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    Shakespeareans Fete Edith Wharton

    It started with a nod to Edith Wharton, the woman who built the mansion in the Berkshires that was Shakespeare & Company's first home and theater.

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    AFTRA Names New National Agency Head

    Megan Capuano has been appointed manager, agent relations for the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).

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    Perhaps you were elated to finally be cast in a

    Perhaps you were elated to finally be cast in a pilot with top-notch actors and a solid script, only to find your hard work never made the fall lineup. Don't worry, you're certainly not alone. The Other Network event listed below may allow you to take solace in ...

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    The Last Sunday in June

    Jonathan Tolins, of "Twilight of the Golds" fame, has written a 2003 update on "The Boys in the Band."

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    grotesque surreal drama

    Casting for grotesque surrealistic drama short film, shooting on super 16mm mid-Nov. Seeking two lead male characters, 30-50, strong theatrical/pantomime experience preferable. Specifically seeking a little man (3'5"-5'0" maximum) and a giant (above 6'3"), massive and big, both with strong facial expression. No pay, but ...