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    Small's Voice Cure for 'Record Syndrome'

    "I don't give exercises. My 15 years of teaching has proved that every song has a dozen exercises," observes Mary Small, the New York actress and voice teacher who tutors actors and singers in musical comedy, cabaret, and how to make a

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    Actors' Fund's Scholarships

    The Actors' Fund of America and the Willard Swire scholarship committee awarded scholarships at a reception on Oct. 7, to five participants in the Actors' Work Program. They are: Scott Barton, Mary Bitel, Isaiah Cazares, Barbara Langois, and Susan Peterson. Each of the winners will utilize his or her skills ...

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    NEA Names Folk Art Award Winners

    New York's Juan Gutiƒrrez, a drummer and master of Afro-Puerto Rican music, was one of five performing artists honored with a 1996 National Heritage Fellowship Award, presented yearly by the NEA to masters, innovators, and keepers of cultural art

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    WTO Action Urged for Runaways

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-Eight congressmen are urging the U.S. government to get tough with Canada on the issue of runaway production during the next round of global trade

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    Performing Arts Library Readies For $25M Redo

    In late July, the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts will develop a split personality. That is when the Lincoln Center institution is scheduled to move from its current lodgings adjacent to the Vivian Beaumont Theatre. Half of its collection will go to the Mid-Manhattan Library at 40th ...

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    Meisner Memorial

    The Actor's Studio will honor the memory of acting teacher Sanford Meisner on Fri., Feb. 14, at 1:30 pm. Two of Meisner's many students, Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach, will celebrate his memory. The Actor's Studio is located at 432 W. 44th Street. Meisner died on

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    26th Audelcos Honor Black Theatre

    "The Power to the Word" was the fitting theme for the 26th Annual Vivian Robinson Audelco Awards ceremony which paid tribute to excellence in black theatre and three award-winning playwrights at the Marian Anderson Theatre in City College's Aaron Davis Hall on Mon., Nov.

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    SAG/NY Board Interviews Begin

    Screen Actors Guild members desiring an interview with the SAG nominating committee director for consideration as candidates for the New York board of directors should send a letter listing qualifications to SAG/NY Office Manager Bill Weiner. Write him c/o Screen Actors Guild, 1515 Broadway, 44th Fl., New York ...

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    REV: Revolution/Revelation Opens

    Announcing REV: Revol-ution/Revelation, a new, not-for-profit theatre company in New York. Inspired by European companies such as Cheek by Jowl, the Young Vic, and Theatre de Complicitƒ, the company aims to re-energize, revitalize, and transform the great classics of world theatre, as well as create new

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR: Richard Thomas - Balancing Actor

    There's something delightfully down-to-earth about Richard Thomas. The wholehearted sincerity that drew millions to him as John Boy in the iconic CBS heart warmer The Waltons is still there-it's an indelible part of him. But there's also a clear-eyed, pragmatic point of view about life in the ...