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    "SHOREHAM"

    Matt Shakman (prod.) is seeking a technical director and master electrician for Shoreham, a play about a recently elected senator. Dir. Charles Evered. Rehearsals start Feb. 22. Performances run Mar. 14-Apr. 7 at the Black Dahlia Theatre. There is some pay. For information call (310) 403-0808.

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    "JOHNNY NO LUCK"

    Jeff Bragg (dir.) is accepting submissions for Johnny No Luck, an HD digital short. Shoot starts late Mar. Copy and credit provided. There is no pay.

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    "Rollin' " Is Hittin' the Brakes

    In terms of momentum, "rollin'" seems to be the one thing that "Rollin' on the T.O.B.A." just can't get enough

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    Powerhouse Theater Opens Summer Season

    The Powerhouse Summer Theater season, presented by Vassar College and New York Stage and Film, opens on June 26 at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., featuring new plays and staged readings by accomplished

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    Glover Violation Brings On 'Da Law

    Savion Glover, star and choreographer of the Broadway show "Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk," tried his hand at courtroom drama on Tues., June 11, as he pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct on a charge of driving while under the influence of marijuana. Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Peter ...

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    News Analysis "Gross-Out" TV Best Prepare for Political Backlash

    The New York Times website's business section Monday played a top story headlined "Mainstream TV Bets on "Gross-Out' Humor." Should the article prove accurate in predicting that networks move in this direction, everyone from TV execs to actors on the primetime comedies better be ready for a conservative backlash ...

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    AFTRA Members Okay Dues Restructuring

    In a nationwide vote, nearly 68% of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists' (AFTRA) members have approved a new uniform national dues

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    Librarians Learn How Theatre Greats Do Their Homework

    When top theatrical artists research a work in progress, do they go to the library? What kinds of things do they feel they need to learn in working on a play? What sources do they use? And what do they see as the goal of background