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    Correction

    The "NYC Fringe Festival Opens" story (Aug. 13, page 1) put John (Lypsinka) Epperson into the wrong play. He is featured in the world premiere of Patrick E. Horrigan's "Messages for Gary," not "All-Male Lives of Y2Gay-A Millennium Musical

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    Directors Guild Gives $15K to Columbia U

    For the second consecutive year, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) has given a New York area film school a $15,000 grant for its training programs. Columbia University, in recognition of a film program that boasts Milos Forman ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"), Kimberly Peirce ("Boys Don ...

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    new musical comedy

    Seeking in NYC creative male/female choreographers/eye-catching dancer-singer belters to star in a racy riotous show of over 20 original songs who are able to commit long term to a production for stage and screen, talent whose very presence cannot but further this project along even as it now ...

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    Tony Awards Consider New Helmer

    Running the Tony Awards is, according to current wisdom, more difficult than winning one.

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    modern pointe piece

    Dura Mater is seeking dancers for a modern pointe piece. Rehearsals begin 2001 for early spring performance. Future performances are likely. No rehearsal pay, small performance pay. Auditions will be held Mon. Nov. 13. Call Kriota Willberg at (212) 353-1681 for additional information.

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    Independent 35mm film

    Casting for independent color 35mm film, "Spirit of the Fourth." Shooting July 2001. Location: New England University campus, 1976. Possible pay, plus meals, credit, and videocopy provided. Seeking actors in their early 20s—Nikki: female, attractive, Whoopi Goldberg-type; Peg: female, WASP, blonde/blue, highly contagious laugh; Keith: male, hot and ...

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    Trust

    Reviewed by Leonard Jacobs

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    "village abduction," color video

    11/13 from 6-8PM at 311 W. 34 St., NYC.

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    Beaming with Satisfaction: B'way Concert a Hit on TV

    The confirmation is in. Everyone loves Broadway, it seems. Even when it's on television.

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    Ethnic 'Report Card' Faults Networks

    (BPI) The four major TV networks have made "some progress" during the past year toward increasing the number of black actors, writers, directors and executives they employ, but the networks received failing and near-failing grades for their continued underemployment of other ethnic minorities, according to a "report card" issued Tuesday ...