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    Crew Who's Who -- Part Two

    This week we are picking up where we left off in my brief explanation of who does what on a film set.

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    COMPOSER, "SURREALITY"

    Danielle Stallings (dir.) is seeking a composer for Surreality, a 35mm film for LMU. Shoot starts Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is possible pay. Send resumé and demo to Portable Productions, 10520 National Blvd., #204, L.A., CA 90034.

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    "GREEK GODS OF OLYMPUS"

    Asimina Tzathas (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Greek Gods of Olympus, a performance at a beauty pageant/cultural event. Performance Mar. 30 at Marconi Museum. Copy provided. There is no pay.

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    Obituaries

    Joseph Cates, 74, TV/Stage

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    PLAYS

    The Fritz Theatre is seeking plays for its 8th Annual Fritz Blitz. For information call Christopher White at (619) 231-8384 or access www.fritztheater.com.

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    ATA to SAG: We're Ready To Bargain

    The Association of Talent Agents' (ATA) executive director-while popping a criticizing whip-has told the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) that agents are ready to bargain. Meanwhile, ATA's attorney wants to meet with SAG's counsel to straighten out legal interpretations of the actors-agents franchise agreement.

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    Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation to Sponsor Grants - Applications Available for ArtsCONNECT and ArtsEmerge

    The Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation has announced the immediate availability of 1999-2000 performing arts grants guidelines and applications for the foundation's ArtsCONNECT and ArtsEmerge

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    GEARWEAR SPOT

    Janet English (prod.) is accepting submissions for a swimwear commercial for GearWear. Shoots late Feb. There is pay.

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    Out on the Edge Festival Doubles the Fun

    The third annual Out on the Edge Together Festival is scheduled to take place April 29-May 30, and Paul Nagle, playwright/festival executive director, says the full month of programming means that this year's gathering is double the length of the first two

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    GIVE THEM A REASON TO HEAR YOU: CHOOSING THE RIGHT MATERIAL

    Countless thousands of songs have been written. You're going to do a cabaret show and you've got to pick a dozen of them. How do you choose? A song may be quite wonderful, but is it right for you? Or for your