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    Bistro Bits - Having Something to Say

    U NLIKE SOME OF THE OTHER PERFORMING arts, in cabaret, an artist's effectiveness depends in large measure on his or her having something to say to us. Let's keep this in mind as we look at several

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    Summer Free-for-All

    Thursday, August

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    "Ragtime' Actor Sues City: White's ACLU-Aided Action Seeks "Systemic Reform,' Damages

    Alton Fitzgerald White, who closed a long run Jan. 16, as Coalhouse Walker in "Ragtime," has filed a lawsuit against the New York City Police Department, seeking a change in its arrest policies and methods. The suit, filed in Manhattan Federal District Court, resulted from White's wrongful arrest last ...

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    Public, MTC Look at Biltmore

    Although the plight of the long-dark Biltmore Theatre won't be resolved anytime soon, there is no lack of interest in the property. The Public Theater and Manhattan Theatre Club are two nonprofit theatres which have lately looked at the fire-damaged, 47th Street

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    SAG Targets Runaway Productions

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES‹Hollywood's guilds and unions are lining up behind legislation aimed at stemming the flow of runaway

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    "DEMONS"

    Donald Kinney (prod.) is accepting submissions for Demons, a 16mm contemporary American folk tale set in a Midwestern rural town. Dir. Robert Kinney. Two-week shoot starts May 1 in Knoxville, TN. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    Nat'l Crix Pix "Topsy-Turvy' - Society Blasts DGA on Griffith Award

    In the final major awards selection prior to Oscar nominations, the 53-member National Society of Film Critics has upended the apple cart, if not upset it, by giving its best picture award to two movies not overly honored by other groups of movie reviewers: "Being John Malkovich" and "Topsy-Turvy." This ...