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    DANCE DIARY: American Ballet's Dream Program

    A recent American Ballet Theatre program could have been a balletomane's dream: Anton Dolin's "Variations for Four," The "Pas de Deux" from Act I of Romeo and Juliet, choreographed by Kenneth MacMillan; a world premiere called "Without Words," by Nacho Duato, and Anthony Tudor's Gala

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    CASTING

    STAGE"DEAD MEN

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    FEATURE-LENGTH SCRIPTS

    Juri Koll (prod./dir.) is seeking feature-length scripts, any genre, no horror or sci-fi, with San Francisco as primary location. Three-month shoot starts Jan. 1 in Northern California. Send script by Dec. 1 to 1010 Bush St., #101, San Francisco, CA 94109. For information e-mail artworld1 @yahoo.com.

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    MTV SPEC SPOT

    Steve Sarno (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for a 35mm MTV spec spot for Art Center. Shoot starts late Feb. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Auditions at a Glance

    Thursday, January

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    INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

    If You Run It, Will They Come? SDC Foundation Panel Discusses Developing Audiences for New

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    Walter Matthau Mourned: Honored Actor Died Saturday of Heart Attack at Age 79

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-Walter Matthau's family and close friends attended a private funeral service Sunday for the actor whose characteristic slouch and wily grin charmed moviegoers for decades. Matthau died Saturday of a heart attack at age

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    The Naked Truth: Ronnie Larsen and Caryn Horwitz have created a cottage industry of porn-star comedies, but the stories still come first.

    Caryn and Ronnie-it sounds like a sitcom title. Indeed, the colorful fire-and-water chemistry and gossipy banter between audacious gay writer/director/actor Ronnie Larsen and his diminutive but dynamic lesbian producer Caryn Horwitz are endlessly entertaining. But the unique cottage industry that has proven to be so successful for Horwitz ...

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    CRITIC'S PICKS

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    AFTRA Inks TV Agreement - With PAX-TV

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) has signed its first agreement with Paxson Television, Inc., known as PAX-TV, the nation's largest owner-operator of broadcast television facilities, including WPXN (Channel 31) in New York City. Less than a year old, the Los Angeles-based PAX-TV is a family-oriented ...