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    TALENT SHOW CREW

    Peter Rosevski (dir.) is seeking a prop maker, fashion designer, and P.A. for a talent show. Prod. Lew Rywin. Performance June 24 at Warner Bros. Studios. Copy provided. There is no pay. Send resumé by Mar. 31 to International Theatre Arts, 264 S. La Cienega Blvd., #401, Beverly Hills ...

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    "ISSUES"

    Ken Schuyler (prod.) is accepting submissions for Issues, a digital comedy/drama about generation-x relationships. Dir. Paul Caine. Two-weekend shoot starts Feb. 24. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is deferred pay.

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    EQUITY GUEST ARTISTCDA SUMMER THEATRE

    The Coeur d' Alene Summer Theatre is accepting Equity and non-Equity submissions for its upcoming season. Season to include: Crazy for You, Cabaret, Grease, and Camelot. Dir. Roger Welch. Season runs June 9-Sept. 1. There is pay for non-Equity performers.

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    Actor's Awards Tour

    It's tempting to think of actor Ron Campbell, who makes most of his living doing theatre on the West Coast, as the last of a dying breed—except that there never really has been a breed of full-time L.A.-based theatre actors, at least not in Campbell's ...

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    No Love Letter Lost Between ATPAM and League

    The Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers (ATPAM) has charged the League of American Theatres and Producers with a pattern of anti-union

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    "Cabaret" Opens Again After Losing 35 Shows, $1.5M

    There was reason to rejoice at the offices of the Roundabout Theatre Company this week. Four weeks after a devastating business interruption, the producers of the hit revival, "Cabaret," announced that the musical would be back on stage at the Kit Kat Klub beginning Thursday, Aug.

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    Witness Predicts Long-Playing "Lion"

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-Jeffrey Katzenberg's chief expert witness gazed into his crystal ball again last week and predicted that "The Lion King" stage play will run in London through the year 2010, though there's really no way of knowing because the play won't open there until next

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    Actors Ask, We Answer

    At the panel discussions that I moderated at Back Stage's Actorfest last November, I asked audience members to write down questions for the guest speakers. Unfortunately, many of those questions never got asked because of time constraints, but I did promise those attending that I would address them in ...