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    BISTRO BITS : Knowing Who You Are

    IN THE WORLD OF CABARET, IT IS IMPORTANT that you understand who you are. As a performer, you must be comfortable with yourself if your act is going to work.

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    BLUE MAN GROUP

    Blue Man Productions will hold an open call for Blue Man Group, an off-Broadway, non-verbal, musically driven production. Performances run in Las Vegas, Chicago, and Boston. There is pay.

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    ATPAM Boycotts Tony "Playbill"

    The Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers (ATPAM) has withdrawn an ad which it had reserved in the Playbill of the 1997 Tony Awards. The action was taken in objection to the ceremony's being held at Radio City Music Hall, a venue where ATPAM is not

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    Obituaries

    Bob Trow, 72, of 'Mister

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    Eight Hall of Famers Named

    The Theater Hall of Fame has announced its 1998 honorees, who will be ceremonially inducted at the Gershwin Theatre on Feb

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    Westside Repertory Closes

    The Westside Repertory Theatre, a familiar outpost on Manhattan's Upper West Side for 29 years, was closed this week by Managing Director Fred Mann. Mann had run the theatre for the past five

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    DANCE DIARY

    ABT Exits the Season in

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    Spitzer On "Ice": Patrons Can't Secure Good Seats - New Attorney General Targets Ticket Brokers

    Saying that the ticket-selling industry is "plagued by corruption," New York State's Attorney General, Eliot Spitzer, has issued a report containing recommendations to "clean up sports, Broadway, and concert ticket

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    Guild Gives Actors Helping Hand, Not a Handout

    "Our main reason for being is to assist people in the arts professions that might need temporary or even permanent help," says Barnard Hughes, an award-winning film, stage, and TV actor, who is speaking as the president of the Episcopal Actors' Guild of America

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    NJ Performing Arts Center Plans Musical Series

    The New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) will present a new four-show musical and variety series beginning in December. Series subscriptions for "Annie," "West Side Story," and "Grease" will go on sale beginning Sun., Sept.