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    Masur Re-elected But SAG Dissident Alliance Gains Ground

    Richard Masur has been re-elected to a second two-year term as president of the Screen Actors Guild, but the big surprise in the just-completed SAG elections was the success of a slate of officer and board candidates who had mounted what they called "an open political challenge to SAG's

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    CENTERSTAGE

    The 15th Annual Bistro

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    "DEMONS"

    Donald Kinney (prod.) is accepting submissions for Demons, a 16mm contemporary American folk tale set in a Midwestern rural town. Dir. Robert Kinney. Two-week shoot starts May 1 in Knoxville, TN. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    SAG Rolling Into Las Vegas

    The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) is moving toward opening a SAG office in Las

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    Karen Kondazian's The Actor's Way - Who Are You?

    American Conservatory Theater casting director Meryl Lind

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    Livent Aquires Fosse Rights, Plans Musical

    The Canadian production company Livent, Inc. has acquired the worldwide rights to all of Bob Fosse's choreography and plans to create a "new" musical based on the late choreographer-director's

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    Designers Discuss Shoestring Prod'ns

    Can financial limits actually benefit a production's design by stimulating creativity? A spirited panel addressed the challenge in"Technically Speaking: The Art of Design on an Affordable Scale," a seminar held on Thurs., June 20 at the Directors Company in New York City. The gathering was co-presented by Performing ...

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    Playbill Pulls Programs from Six Small Stages

    Playbill, the most popular program publisher in New York theatre, announced last week that it will no longer provide free programs for six Off-Broadway venues. According to Playbill, the move is an effort to cut costs. Publisher Phil Birsh said putting out programs for smaller venues is straining the limits ...

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    Wilson Named Head of Hartford Stage

    Director Michael Wilson will replace Mark Lamos as artistic director of Hartford Stage. He will assume full-time status in

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    CENTERSTAGE

    On the 20th