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    Karen Kondazian's The Actor's Way : First-Person Plural

    Best known for his one-person plays, writer Willard Simms reminds actors that solo shows

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    Broadway Show League Scores for Week 8 of the Season

    The scores for the eighth week of Broadway Show League softball games are as follows: In the John Effrat Division: Titanic-25, Miss Saigon-10, MVP, Mike Mulheren; A View from the Bridge-16, 1776-1, MVP, James Gunn, Angel Diaz; The Diary of Anne Frank/Golden Child-18, The Scarlet Pimpernel-8, MVP, Nic Stavola ...

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    NEWS WIIRE : Off the Wire

    NORTHERN CALIFORNIA--Marin Theatre Company has announced its 1998-'99 season, which will open Sept. 17 with the comedy Bleacher Bums, set in the bleachers of Chicago's Wrigley Field and created by the Organic Theatre Company. MTC's 32nd season will continue with Athol Fugard's Blood Knot, Gilles Segal ...

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    Pataki Proposes $48.3M Budget For NYSCA

    Gov. George Pataki's newly proposed $76.8 billion budget includes $48.3 million for the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA). The arts funding consists of $43.4 million in grants for arts organizations, and $4.9 million for

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    "PILLS"

    Christopher Wojtylko (dir.) is accepting submissions for Pills, a digital short about a heroin-addicted couple stuck in stereotypical suburbia. Weekend shoot starts Mar. 30. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Corrections

    The Feb. 26 issue's Agency Update column on Page 4 stated that the Carry-Williams Agency represented children. In fact, the main emphasis in their representation is on adults, and the agency represents very few

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    "LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS"

    Jo Erickson (dir.) will hold auditions for Last of the Red Hot Lovers. Rehearsals start Feb. 26. Performances run Apr. 20-May 27 at the Granada Theatre. There is no pay.

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    Celebrities, Unions, Pols Turn Keylight on ABC's NABET Lockout

    Film and television celebrities have focused a spotlight on the growing number of protestersā€¹ranging from UPS and Airborne drivers to democratic politiciansā€¹who oppose the NABET-CWA lockout ordered by ABC Television, a Disney

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