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    "Buffalo Bill's Defunct Who used to Ride a Watersm

    "Buffalo Bill's Defunct Who used to Ride a Watersmooth-Silver Stallion"

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    AGMA Pickets, Then Mends Fences With DTH Dancers

    The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) and the Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) have emerged from a dramatic weekend, crowded with incident, clutching a new two-year

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    THE CRAFT: To Smell, Perchance To Feel

    The daily dedication required for sense memory work may be daunting, but some actors find the payoff to be the only true life in

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    "THE LIBRARIAN"

    Diane Paige (prod./dir.) is seeking a gaffer, key grip, 1st A.C., art director, script supervisor, production manager/A.D., and P.A.s for The Librarian, a non-sync-sound film for LMU about a woman with facial blemishes deciding not to cover them up. Weekend shoot starts Feb. 23 ...

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    AGENTS OF THE WESTERN UNITED STATES

    Back Stage West contacted every theatrical agency in the Western United States. We asked them if they are currently accepting submission, and to provide us with specific information on what types of talent they represent. The following list contains much new information about the changes that have taken place with ...

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    THE CRAFT: Putrid in Pink - Can the color your character wears improve your performance?

    A few years ago at a book fair, I ran into an old acquaintance, mystery novelist Julie Smith. I hadn't seen her for years, but the first thing I said to her was, "You look great! Did you have your colors done?" A natural redhead, Julie looked fabulous in ...

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    DANCE DIARY

    A "Coup" for Ballet

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    BISTRO BITS: Comings & Going

    Consider this the hail-and-farewell column. Actually, two hails and a farewell-with the farewell up first. In a show at Arci's Place, called "Another Final Farewell Appearance," Kaye Ballard explains, "I ruined my voice singing in the only keys Arthur Siegel could play." Okay, she brought up the voice thing ...