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    Equity, RMTA Make a Deal

    Equity has carved out a new three-year deal with the Resident Musical Theatre Association (RMTA), taking the two groups to the brink of the new millennium. The agreement covers union members at Sacramento Music Theatre and Pittsburgh Civic Light

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    THEATRE REVIEWS

    WHEN THE WORLD WAS GREEN

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    Sharpton May Reprise Broadway Appearance

    As promised-or threatened, depending on one's perspective-the Reverend Al Sharpton and followers held a protest Tues., April 18 in Times Square. Demonstrators assembled on the median triangle at Broadway, Seventh Avenue, and 43rd Street for about three hours, protesting recent police shootings of unarmed black men and demanding the ...

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    SAG-AFTRA Act On Merger Road

    Repre-sentatives of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists met this week in Nashville to further discuss a proposed merger of the two

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    And the Dora Goes

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    Bistro Bits - Then and Now

    I FIRST SAW MARCIA LEWIS IN THE SHORT-LIVED 1972 Off-Broadway show "God Bless Coney," in which she played a character called Toula Gefilte. I have very fond memories of that performance, a brilliant musical comedy turn. A few years later, she did a virtuoso cabaret act at several clubs around ...

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    TDF Presents Sharaff Awards

    Theatre Development Fund (TDF) will present its 1999 TDF Irene Sharaff Awards for excellence in costume design to Willa Kim, Suzy Benzinger, and Ray Diffen at the Marriott Marquis Hotel on Tues., March 2, at 6

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    Jerome Grants Honor NY

    The Jerome Foundation, a Minnesota-based philanthropic organization, announced 31 grants to theatre and dance groups. The grants totaled over $540,000, and were distributed to companies in Minnesota and New