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    SAG Exits Due to "Hostile" Environment

    Three high-level Screen Actors Guild staffers are leaving the guild amid what one SAG official described as an increasingly "hostile" working relationship between SAG's elected leadership and the guild's staff. National director of communications Katherine Moore, national director of government relations Catherine York, and New York public relations ...

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    Dancer Shot In Baltimore Moved to Ga.

    James (Bransford) Pace, a New York dancer who was shot and paralyzed by an assailant in Baltimore, is being moved to a rehabilitation hospital in Atlanta.

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    FEATURE PROFILE: Scary Schooling - SNL's Cheri Oteri has learned that fear and doubt are at the root of all great comedy.

    Saturday Night Live favorite Cheri Oteri gave audiences a brief glimpse of her feature film comedic prowess with her performances in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery and Liar, Liar. With Oteri's newest screen effort, the horror-film parody Scary Movie, audiences get a much better look at the amazing ...

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    Lila Wallace Offers Grants

    The application deadline for Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Arts Partners Program planning grants is March 7; intent-to-apply cards are due on Feb. 7. The Arts Partners Program is designed to help presenters develop well-informed, committed adult audiences for the performing arts by supporting collaborations between presenting organizations, artists, and community ...

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    Actors, Directors See Marked Jump In Employment

    "Artists, as a group, participate in the economy in a way unparalleled by the rest of the work force," observe researchers Ann O. Kay and Stephyn G.W. Butcher. "Most workers are involved in creating the daily necessities of life. But artists are different. They participate in the creation of ...

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    New York City Opera Artists Authorize Strike

    The artists of the New York City Opera have voted to give the negotiating committee of their union, the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA), the authorization to call a strike against City Opera. The vote comes just weeks before the opera's season-opening production of "Macbeth," scheduled to premiere ...

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    "Jesus Christ,' It Was Smoky!

    Holy smoke-or, at least, the smoke surrounding Jesus of Nazareth-has filled the Ford Center for the Performing Arts since "Jesus Christ, Superstar" held its first preview there Thurs., March 23. Although Actors' Equity Association claims there is no problem with the revival's use of the smoke, it has been ...

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    Karen Kondazian's The Actor's Way - No Acting, PleaseFor "Party of Five" casting director

    Patrick Rush,less acting is more, and truth books.Patrick Rush is the seventh of eight children and, like many of his siblings before him, was a child actor--though in his case, briefly. After two commercials and subsequent teasing by his classmates, he gave up acting at the age of ...