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    ¥ An American Romance, presented by and at the Road Theatre in the Lankershim Arts Center, 5108 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood. Through Nov. 23. (818)

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    Correction

    Last week's profile with "Side Show" lyricist/book writer Bill Russell was missing its final line. It should have read, "I believe--hope--audiences feel 'that is me

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    Public Urges Aesthetics, Access on 42nd StreetPublic Urges Aesthetics, Access On 42nd Street

    Builders of the proposed $1.8 billion 42nd Street Development Project should concentrate on visual aesthetics and providing proper subway access for the thousands of workers and customers traveling through the area everyday. Speakers emphasized those two issues at a public hearing held Mon., May 6 on two major redevelopment

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    Clinton's Bridge Theatre Is Castle's Bridge to Future

    Castle Clinton, the one-time fortress in Battery Park, will soon reopen as a theatre for the first time in 146 years. On Wed., June 5, The Bridge Stage of the Arts and the Conservancy for Historic Battery Park will present "Hart & Hammerstein Centennial Plus One at the Castle," the first ...

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    The City God and Godot Peninsula Classics Callback Sacramento 'Tis the Season

    Amidst the frenzy of national politics, San Francisco's theatre companies, like the Energizer bunny, just keep going. And audiences, for the most part, keep coming, thank goodness, although I've been to a few of the smaller houses lately where actors outnumbered patrons.

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    "JITTERS"

    Tom Pankratz (dir.) is accepting submissions for Jitters, a Super 16mm film about a young architect's plan to fulfill a fantasy with his fiancé, which goes awry, jeopardizing his wedding plans. Shoot starts late Feb. in San Francisco. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is some pay.

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    THE LAST LAUGH

    TV writers Arnold Margolin and Mady Julian know the insane sitcom world of which they write in The Last Laugh, situated in the office of Jay Coffman (Brad Parker), executive producer of the decidedly lame Crime of Your Life, which is the touching story of a private detective and his ...