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    CENTERSTAGE: Louisville Fest Offers More Opps for Scribes

    How is it that a theatre located in Kentucky annually attracts industry professionals from across the country, including major studio and broadcast

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    BTN Confab Meets June 30

    The St. Louis Black Reper-tory Company and St. Louis University will host BTN Conference 2000-Black The-atre's Unprecedented Times: A Forum in Flight, June 30-July 2. This meeting of theatre artists, scholars, and administrators marks the 14th annual gathering of the Black Theatre Network (BTN), a national organization dedicated to ...

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    NEA Receives Cool Response

    The federal arts funding battle seems to have calmed to an arm-wrestling match. That is, if you base it on the House Interior Subcommittee's response to the National Endowment for the Arts' (NEA)

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    L.A.'S THEATRE WEEK

    L.A.'s theatre week has arrived. The Edge of the World Festival offers 49 shows in 20 venues throughout Los Angeles over eight days, Nov. 7-14. This is your chance to sample the unique and vibrant theatre scene around town-and cheaply! Purchase a festival passport for $10 from David ...

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    DANCE DIARY

    Dance Theatre of Harlem's Winning

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    ACTING ON FILM: Find the Groove, Avoid the Ruts

    Angela Bassett and Ralph Fiennes exemplify the craft of differentiating similar characters by finding their unique levels--even when the script doesn't support

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    SAG Drive Expands

    The Screen Actors Guild's (SAG) administration, with a top priority this year of quelling runaway production, is taking the fight directly to its 100,000 grassroots

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    Talking Up

    Apparently there's nothing the matter with kids today. In fact they're nearly running the show at Laguna Playhouse's Youth Theatre production of And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank, by James Sill, playing this weekend.