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    SAG's Net Assets $21 Million - Latest Report

    The Screen Actors Guild's (SAG) latest federal accounting report shows a union that broke even on income ($44 million) and expenses in the last fiscal year, and ended the period with net assets which grew from $18.6 million to $21.2

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    Three Revivals Top OCC Noms: "Amadeus,' "Kate,' and "Music Man' Lead the Parade

    The Outer Critics Circle favored revivals with "Amadeus," "Kiss Me, Kate," and "The Music Man" receiving the most nominations for its annual awards with eight each. The organization of critics for out-of-town newspapers, national publications, and other media beyond Broadway, announced nominations for its 50th annual awards on Mon., April ...

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    Can College Dance Departments Prepare Students for the Future?

    Bill Clinton has certainly been clear about his eagerness to " build a bridge to the 21st Century." His campaign rhetoric this election year revolved around gliding positively into the next century with education leading the way. Nonetheless, Clinton's emphasis on "bridge-building," though an enticing attention-grabber, has not clearly underlined ...

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    Cabaret's Best Feted At 12th Annual Bistro Awards

    Back Stage honored the outstanding cabaret artists of 1996 at the 12th annual Bistro Awards, presented on March 3 at the Supper Club. The entertainers, chosen by "Bistro Bits" columnists Roy Sander and John Hoglund, were spotlighted in a three-hour ceremony featuring performances by the winners and a special presentation ...

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    LA Drama Crix Roll with "Reefer': Equity Waiver Productions Dominate Awards, Big Theatres Snubbed

    The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle (LADCC) bestowed seven awards on "Reefer Madness," a small-theatre production of a camp satire on America's war against illegal drugs, at the Circle's 31st annual ceremony at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel last week. "Reefer" was cited for the overall excellence of its ...

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    AFTRA's Bruce York Will Leave Sept.

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    Equity's Quinn: Faithful Servant Now Must Lead

    For Patrick Quinn, there appears to be a lifetime connection between the theatre and

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    LA Studios - Slice NY Staffs

    (BPI) Film production may be booming in New York, but the corporate presence of major Hollywood studios is very much in

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    Council Snubs Mayor; DCA Gets $101M For Now

    As of last Tuesday afternoon, New York City's Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) was doing quite well, thank you. The City Council had voted to override Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's veto of the council's $34 billion budget. That gave DCA a total of $101.2 million, negating the ...

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    FACE TO FACE: John Pielmeier

    Is the Thriller a Voice in the