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    Jujamcyn to Pay Pensions

    An Actors' Equity Association's complaint against the Jujamcyn Organization has led to an independent arbitrator's ruling that the theatre owner should compensate $20,000 in union pension

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    Where to Study in the UK

    Following is a selected list of British schools which offer drama training. For additional information, see the current edition of Contacts (to obtain a copy, contact The Spotlight, 7 Leicester Place, London WC2H 7BP, United Kingdom, 01-71-437-7631). To determine whether a school has been accredited by the National Council of ...

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    CONNECTICUT - Connecticut theatres are dropping like planes off radar screens. First Rainbow in Stamford; then the Danbury Theatre Company; next, possibly, Gateway's Candlewood Playhouse in New

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    Obituaries

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    NEWS WIRE : Cruise Shows the Money

    Focusing on the global bankability of 400 top actors and actresses, The Hollywood Reporter's survey of leading film and studio executives ranks Tom Cruise as top actor in the results of this year's Star Powera '98. Followed by such leading men as Harrison Ford, Mel Gibson, and Tom ...

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    Actors' Taxes : Form and Content

    A new deduction category lets actors have it both

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    SDCF Hosts Roundtable, Staged Readings

    The emotionally charged subject is up for debate, yet again:" Do I Need an Agent & How Do I Get One?" The Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation will rehash‹perhaps even offer some new insights on‹the hot topic at a roundtable

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    NEWSWIRE

    Kids' Week Returns, Feb.

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    ROCKIES/SOUTHWEST - The Utah Shakespearean Festival began its 37th summer repertory season (June 29-Sept. 5) by mounting six productions in six days. Nestled in the red-rock country of southern Utah, USF transforms small-town Cedar City (20,000 pop.) into a major theatre town by selling over 150,000 tickets.