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    Some Answers

    1. First off, any "no experience necessary" ad should be suspect. (Film casting directors sometimes look for untrained young children--but why would any other professional prefer novices to pros for quality work?) Call the Better Business Bureau to check out the agency. (Remember that a clean record may not be ...

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    DANCE DIARY - A Feld by Any Other Name

    No one can ever accuse Eliot Feld of being stuck in one mold. Through 27 years of producing ballets under his own aegis, he has changed the names of his companies more often than a serpent changes its

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    STAGE & SCREEN: Powerful Attraction - David Galligan and Jules Aaron are two Los Angeles directors who refuse to abandon the stage‹or the artisic control it offers.

    While many from New York or Chicago still sniff at the concept that Los Angeles is a theatre town, there is no denying the thousand or so stage plays that open here every year. Of those varied productions, it seems that a healthy percentage of them are under the control ...

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    Eaker Speaks

    Back Stage Editor In Chief Sherry Eaker will discuss the reality of a career in the performing arts on Sat., Jan. 25, from 2-3 pm at Barnes & Noble, 4 Astor Place, between Broadway & Lafayette

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    Correction

    In our Oct. 8 lead story on the Screen Actors Guild election, we listed the New York candidates by position. The nominating sources for the 10th national vice president seat were reversed. Avis Boone was nominated by independent petition, and Maureen Donnelly was nominated by SAG's nominating committee.

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    SAG-AFTRA Meeting on Merger Oct. 2 Weekend

    Leaders of both the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) should resolve this weekend whether they will recommend a merger referendum to their

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    Obituaries

    Norman E. Rothstein, 63, B'way

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    Catholic League: Spends Years Tracking "Anti-Christian" Theatre

    It is June 1, and The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights' extensive website opens to its crest--a crimson flag emblazoned by a golden shield containing the red letters "CL" with a sword raised between

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    NABET Seeks ABC Pact, NLRB Appeal

    Having agreed to return to work at ABC television, the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians (NABET) has turned its attention to ratifying a network contract, and appealing to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) concerning wages lost during the 74-day lock-out