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    LONDON CALLING- Will Actors Strike?

    British Equity's campaign for a minimum weekly wage of £250 is hotting up. In the Feb. 20 issue of The Stage, the British equivalent of Back Stage, the union paid for a page advertisement in which more than 200 British stars--among them Michael Caine, Christopher Lee, Miriam Margolyes, Joan ...

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    "CREATURE," MUS'L READING

    Casting for a staged reading of "CREATURE: An Alternative 'Frankenstein.' " Tobin James Mueller, music and lyrics; Tobin and Richmond Shepard, book. This will be the first staged reading of a new musical slated for a large Off-Broadway theatre, March 1997. Readings will be at The John Houseman Theatre, Mon. Dec ...

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    Our Dec. 7 winner: We asked readers to connect Mat

    Our Dec. 7 winner: We asked readers to connect Matthew Broderick (Project X) to Patrick Stewart (The X-Men) and received the best response from Mark Perew of Santa Ana. His link-up: Patrick Stewart starred in Lady Jane with Cary Elwes, who also starred in Glory with Matthew Broderick. Nice one ...

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    Karen Kondazian's The Actor's Way : Finding the Pride of the Pride

    Mark Brandon describes the once-in-a-lifetime challenge of casting "The Lion King," and the daily challenge of helping actors give their best

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    CHICAGO CUES

    A "Moon" Well

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    CENTERSTAGE

    How Do You Get To Be an

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    Our Oct 12 winner: We asked readers to connect Mor

    Our Oct 12 winner: We asked readers to connect Morgan "Easy Reader" Freeman to Dennis "Easy Rider" Hopper and received a number of responses from readers who could do it in one link. Our favorite was from Daniel McCoy of Los Angeles. His link-up: Dennis Hopper starred in Apocalypse Now ...

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    Obituary

    A memorial for veteran actress Abby Lewis will be held Wed., Jan. 14, her birthday, at 3:30pm at The Little Church Around the Corner at 1 East 29th Street. All are

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    OBITUARIES

    Patricia Kerr Ross, 60, Arts

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    Juilliard Halfway to $100M Goal

    Juilliard's five-year, $100 million capital campaign, the largest in the history of performing arts conservatories, has already raised $51 million. The monies will be used for a series of initiatives, including increasing scholarship aid and faculty salaries, commissioning and producing new works, and renovating the school's building at ...