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    UNITE Targets Weisslers' "Chicago"

    The Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE)--the folks who earlier brought you a nude billboard protesting Broadway producers' neglect of costume makers--has begun targeting individual

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    Tennessee Williams Rembered by director Wilson

    The last 20 years of Tennessee Williams' career is generally thought to represent the afternoon of an author in precipitous decline. If this opinion is reversed, or even sympathetically reconsidered, it will probably be due to directors like Michael Wilson who come from the New South--in his case, Winston-Salem and ...

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    Karen Kondazian's The Actor's Way - Turner Head

    TNT's senior vp of casting Iris Grossman likes actors to be prepared

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    Susan Lee Goes to Camp

    During her seven years with the League of American Theatres and Producers, Susan Lee gained a reputation as a human bundle of energy and ideas--first as the League's director of road resources, and later as its director of marketing. Now that she's a free agent, she has already ...

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    Philadanco: Exuberance at the Joyce

    Philadanco, the African-American company based in Philadelphia, has been in existence for 26 years. In its fifth return to The Joyce Theater (July 22-27), the reasons for the company's popularity were

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    Obituaries

    Peggy Cass, 74, Won

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