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    N.E.T.C. Auditions Application Available

    The New England Theatre Conference (N.E.T.C.) will hold its annual non-Equity auditions on March 15, 16, and 17, 1997, at Boston's 57 Park Plaza

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    Runaway Production Bills Closer to Law

    Two bills designed to stem the flow of runaway production have cleared another hurdle in the California Assembly. The bills, which would give tax incentives to producers who film in California, were passed on May 26 out of the Assembly's Appropriations Committee in a bipartisan vote. The proposed legislation ...

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    Equity terms:

    EPA: eligible performer auditions (for information on eligibility, call AEA at (212)

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    AFTRA Hopes to Represent the Metro Network

    The New York Local of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has filed a petition with the national Labor Relations Board seeking to represent Metro Network on-air

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    Homefront Closes, "Party" Looks for Hall

    The former New David Cinema's short second life as Homefront, a combination legitimate stage and bed and breakfast, came to a close on Fri., Feb. 13. Owner Mike Davis failed to come up with $140,000 owed his landlord. According to producer Richmond Shepard, whose production of "Tallulah's ...

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    SAG Hikes Dues; First in 13 Years

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) national board has approved a new dues formula that will see the union's take of 1.5% of member earnings increase to 1.85% and, for the first time in 13 years, an increase in base

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    DIGITAL HORROR

    Marquette Williams (prod./dir.) is seeking a D.P., electrician, sound mixer, 1st A.D., dolly grip, script supervisor, special effects makeup artist knowledge of creature features, werewolves a must, and P.A.s for an untitled digital horror. Shoot starts Apr. 1. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is ...

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    Stacy Ross Break the Frame

    "I've gotten called 'sir' all my life," said Stacy Ross, grinning. With a 5-foot-9-inch reed-thin frame, a deep calm voice, and an appealingly androgynous look, onstage, she played many Shakespearean "breeches" roles as well as "lesbians who kill their mothers with a brick, freaks, mannish types—or the person ...

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    Hartford's "Romeo" Sweeps Connecticut Critics Noms

    The Hartford Stage Company topped the list of the Connecticut Critics Circle's 1995-96 nominations with a total of 14 nods. No other company came close to that