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    MAC Nominees Announced

    The Manhattan Association of Cabarets (MAC) has announced nominations in 33 categories for its 11th annual awards, to be presented March 31 at Alice Tully

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    New England Arts Industry Generates $4.4B - Council Report Shows Area's Creative Groups Employ 245,000

    New England's creative industry provides jobs for some 245,000 New Englanders, generates more than $4.4 billion in payroll alone, and surpasses other traditionally-recognized leading industry sectors in job numbers and growth-rate potential, according to a recent report from The New England Council.

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    Applause Merger Frees Young for "Creative Collaboration'

    After months of uncertainty, and years of a charming but seat-of-the-pants management style, Applause Books has found its life raft. Hal Leonard Corporation, the world's largest publisher of sheet music and songbooks, has bought a majority interest in Applause, which publishes some 25-30 theatre and movie books a year ...

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    Demetriad and Devereux Go Digital

    Devereux, Ltd., well-known in New York as an experienced high-end black-and-white photo reproduction center, has taken the leap into the digital age to provide more complete services to its customers--including actors who need a headshot reproduction that won't compromise the quality of the photographer's

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    Moving Tribute To Jay Moloney

    In an emotionally charged memorial service, the friends and colleagues of Jay Moloney gathered at Paramount Theater in Hollywood to pay their respects to the late CAA

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    Kramer Slams Yale's Refusal of Bequest

    Yale University recently turned down Larry Kramer's offer to bequeath several million dollars to the school for endowment of a permanent, tenured professorship in gay studies and/or a gay and lesbian student center. The writer/AIDS activist considers the refusal a detriment to students, including those in the ...

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    AGMA, City Opera Talk As Opening Night Approaches

    With only three weeks to go and the threat of a strike in the air, the New York City Opera (NYCO) and the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) are trying to work out their differences. At stake is the opera's opening night performance of "Macbeth," scheduled for Sept.