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    Call to Service Leads Casaletta To AFTRA/NY

    When Terry Casaletta left her hometown of Utica in upstate New York in the early 1970s to enroll at the University of Toledo in Ohio, she went with plans to dedicate her life to social

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    New Jersey Grants Revamped

    The New Jersey Council on the Arts (NJSCA) is holding a series of grant workshops throughout the state in order to inform potential candidates about the council's revised guidelines and applications for organizational grants. The changes were made in response to feedback from the arts community, and are intended ...

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    LONDON CALLING

    New Theatres For

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    CHICAGO CUE: CHICAGOUT OF TOWN - Summer and Smoking

    L.A. transfers, "Ragtime" plans, and dance denouements, shake the city from its sultry

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    "THREE OF A KIND"

    Ken Sagoes (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Three of a Kind, a digital film for UCLA about three generations of men forced to deal with each other during a journey through the wilderness. Weekend shoot starts Mar. 10. Copy and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    "DIONNE CROSS"

    Desire Jackson (prod.) is accepting submissions for Dionne Cross, a digital film. Dir. Malon Thomas. Shoot starts Feb. in San Francisco and L.A. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is no pay.

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    Ellen Burstyn

    You Can Count on Me

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    Theater Resources Unlimited Resource Night

    Theater Resources Unlimited will hold a resource night for performing artists and nonprofit theatre companies on Thurs., June 25, at 7:30

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    Will Disney Downsize "Beauty and the Beast"?

    If Disney has its way, "Beauty and the Beast" may resemble "Thumbelina" by the time it makes its move from the Palace Theatre to the Lunt-Fontanne.

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