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    Jerome Foundation Grants

    The Minnesota-based Jerome Foundation has announced a new batch of grants, awarded to 33 arts organizations. Among the winners were several New York-based groups, including the H.T. Dance Company, Franklin Furnace, Artists Space, Theatre Communications Group, Voice & Vision, the Foundry Theatre, and Mabou

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    Judge Pushes Disney, SAG

    Attorneys for former Mouseketeer Darlene Gillespie were back in court Monday to pursue her claim that the Walt Disney Co. owes millions of dollars to her and her fellow Mouseketeers in unpaid residuals and royalties from the classic 1950s kids TV show, "The Mickey Mouse

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    Actors' Cues and A's - Effective Communication: Interviews and Auditions

    Whether it's finessing the agent interview, or following up after an audition for an important casting director, the art of effective business communication often proves to be a challenge for the performer. Below are two common situations as they were recently presented to me in my work as a ...

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    BISTRO BITS

    Choosing

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    DANCE DIARY

    Eliot Feld Brings Provocation to NYC

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    Openings

    THURSDAY, NOV.

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    INDUSTRIALSNATIONAL BEVERAGE CONVENTION

    Sharon Moiseiff (dir.) is accepting submissions for a national beverage convention. Prod. Jill Pass. Rehearsals start Mar. 10. Performances run Mar. 11-14 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. There is pay.

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    DANCE REVIEWS

    BEN MUNISTERI'S

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    CRITIC'S PICKS

    NORTHERN

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    First New York Fringe Theatre Festival Planned

    In recent years, smaller U.S. cities such as Seattle and Orlando have christened fringe theatre festivals. So it is a source of wonder that New York City--arguably the world's preeminent theatre city--cannot yet claim any such organized