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    Local Arts Agencies' Budgets Are Rising

    America's 4,000 local arts agencies (LAAs) are experiencing budget increases and expanded involvement in community

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    APAP Annual Conference in New York City

    About 2,000 presenters, artists, and managers in the presenting and touring field are scheduled to converge on the New York Hilton in December in search of arts presenters who can help them take their shows on the road.

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    Joyce Buys Dia Center in Soho

    The Joyce Theater Foundation has purchased the former Dia Center for the Arts at 155 Mercer St. in New York City for use as a performance space and rehearsal hall--not only for itself, but for the dance community at large. It will be renamed the Joyce

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    Award Season Heats Up

    The award season is in full swing, as you can tell by just glancing at the news pages of this week's, as well as the past few weeks',

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    "FIRST NIGHT OUT"

    Rosalin Sakdisri (dir.) is accepting submissions for First Night Out, a 16mm film for Chapman University. Prod. Jay Stone. Two-week shoot starts Apr. 1. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    New Visions/Voices At Kennedy Center

    New Visions/New Voices, a biennial national forum to encourage new dramatic and musical theatre for young audiences, will present staged readings of new plays this Sat. and Sun., May 25-26 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

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    Theatre Threatens Copyright; Guild Advises Author

    What do you do when a theatre suggests changing the title of a play, dropping the playwright's credit and then, for good measure, specifies that the playwright not be told? For playwright John Greiner, the good news is that an aspiring director, David Denson, refused to entertain the idea ...