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    Actors' Cues & A's: More About Soaps

    Soap operas have long held allure for the New York actor, if sometimes only from a monetary standpoint. Below, two actors pose questions about careers in daytime

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    FREE FOR ALL EVENTS ROUND TOWN THIS WEEK

    Compiled by B.L. Rice and Betsy

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    Publicity's Rare Breed

    Whether you're a new or established theatre company, actor, director, playwright, cabaret performer, composer, performance festival, nonprofit theatre group, or cultural center, there is one great equalizer: You all need press. Nowhere is this competition tighter than with Off-and Off-Off-Broadway shows where there can be 100 to 200 productions ...

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    Fund Lawsuits Against Tobacco May Light Up

    Just over a year ago, the health plans for the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), the American Federation of Radio and Television Artists (AFTRA), and other talent unions filed suit against the tobacco companies. Going to school on lawsuits filed‹and a negotiated settlement implemented‹by the states' attorneys general, the ...

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    BREAKOUT TALENT: Jennifer Simard - Perfect in Her Changes

    "If I'm going to move to a city, it better have plenty of theatre. People in New York told me that I was going to either love or hate L.A., and so far I adore it," remarked actress/singer Jennifer Simard. This versatile performer, who grew up in ...

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    Queens Arts Deadline Set

    Applications for the Queens Council on the Arts' 2000 Queens Community Arts Fund are now available and may be obtained at the Queens council office. Deadline for completed applications is Wed., Sept.

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    Arts Rallies in NY & DC

    In Washington, D.C. and Albany, N.Y., arts funding advocates poured into legislative offices this week to lobby for increased federal and state

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    SAG/NY Moves Craig to Fed Court

    Screen Actors Guild/New York has responded to a national board-of-directors candidate's lawsuit by having the case switched from state to federal court.

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    Play Contests' Entries Due Jan. 1 - Denver Center Offers New Play Festival, Francesca Primus Prize

    The Denver Center Theatre Company is calling for entries in two separate playwriting