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    "Broadway Bears" Bears $124,000

    The first-ever "Broadway Bears'' auction raised $124,000 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Feb. 15 at the Hudson

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    ichael Douglas knew he was a part of something spe

    ichael Douglas knew he was a part of something special from the first day he showed up to work on Traffic, a film directed by Steven Soderbergh and based on Stephen Gaghan's original screenplay about the complicated and failing war on illegal drugs. Douglas arrived on the set, located ...

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    Sufferin' Southern Sissies

    Sufferin' Southern Sissies

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    SPOTLIGHT ON SUMMER TRAINING 2000: Dance - Choose Your Beat for the Heat

    Whether you're looking to steal away to a mountain dance retreat and sharpen specific skills, head West for an L.A.-style primer in "the biz," or study alongside professionals in the heart of New York City, summer programs offer you the chance to build skills, connections, and focus ...

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    "XIRA"

    Colin Plank (prod.) is accepting submissions for Xira, a digital short about four teen popstar superhero girls who kick ass and rock. Four-day shoot starts Mar. 9. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Outdoor Drama Bows to Hurricane

    North Carolina's 30,000 vacationers and residents forced inland this week by Hurricane Dennis included audiences and production members from the outdoor drama "Worthy Is The Lamb." A second, "The Lost Colony" was already closed, but its facility was in Dennis'

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    Actors We Love: Sarah Polley - Wisdom in Youth

    From the age of 12, Sarah Polley has been concerned with shedding her "nice girl" image. Since then, she's done more than that-she's turned this stereotype on its head. Inarguably angelic in appearance, the slight and golden Polley radiates, more importantly than beauty, no-nonsense

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    Lincoln Center Announces Season

    Lincoln Center Theater's 1996-97 season will feature four new plays by notable playwrights, and two other productions riddled with big names. The six shows will be spread among three

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    SAG-AEA-AFTRA Agents

    The following agencies in the New York City area are franchised with Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, and/or the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and have been compiled from the most recent union lists. Agencies are indicated (E) for Equity, (S) for SAG, and (A) for ...

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    Bit Parts : The Great Spring Shuffle

    The sudden closing (final performance March 28) of Paul Simon's $11 million debacle "The Capeman" has put in motion a just-as-sudden shuffling of shows rarely seen at this late stage in the Broadway season. No sooner did "Capeman" 's home, the Marquis Theatre, become free than it was snatched ...