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    Outer Critics Circle Makes "Contact"

    "Contact" received five awards from the Outer Critics Circle which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this season, it was announced by press release on Mon., May 1. The dance play was judged a musical by the Circle despite the fact that all of its music is taped. A similar decision ...

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    'Cats' Lawsuit Will Go to Jury

    A federal judge is allowing "Cats" 's makeup artist to sue the megashow's producers for copyright infringement and more

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    Actor Orbach Sues eBay

    (BPI) Online auctioneer eBay is the target of a suit filed Monday by actor Jerry Orbach, seeking unspecified damages for displaying his Social Security number on the Internet. The number appeared in an ad by a used book and document dealer putting up two of Orbach's contracts for

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    CABARET CROSS-COUNTRY

    The following is a comprehensive listing of cabaret rooms in selected cities across the country. They range from small clubs that book up-and-coming performers to more renowned clubs that book only well-known, established acts. When contacting the booking agent, be sure to check booking policy (auditions, appointments, open mike nights ...

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    EQUITY STAGE

    The following notice is printed at the request of the National Labor Relations Board.

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    Corrections

    Our Dec. 6 feature "The Benefits of Giving" acknowledged those organizations and individuals who donate their time and services to others. In one instance, however, we did not give credit where credit is due: On page 22, our photo caption alluded to a Citymeals-on-Wheels volunteer. Actually, the volunteer pictured was ...

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    "Titanic" Sails Into Oscar Record Books

    "Titanic" didn't crash into the record for most Oscars won, but tied it, winning 11 statuettes from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Mon., March 23. The epic about the 1912 maritime disaster will now be forever linked with the previous record-holder, 1959's "Ben-Hur" which ...

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    Election Finds NEA Safer But Not Saved

    John Frohnmayer, former chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) under George Bush, warned in April that, if the Republicans kept control of Congress after the 1996 general election, the NEA probably was doomed. If a Republican President was also elected, it certainly was a

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    Reminiscing With a Rebel

    "The artist has to be a bastard," once wrote the maverick choreographer Anna Sokolow. Who is Anna Sokolow? And what can today's young terps learn from our recent visit with this dear, old lady? Sokolow is a living embodiment of the history of modern dance and is venerated as ...