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    TDF Presents Sharaff Awards

    Theatre Development Fund (TDF) will present its 1999 TDF Irene Sharaff Awards for excellence in costume design to Willa Kim, Suzy Benzinger, and Ray Diffen at the Marriott Marquis Hotel on Tues., March 2, at 6

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    Jerome Grants Honor NY

    The Jerome Foundation, a Minnesota-based philanthropic organization, announced 31 grants to theatre and dance groups. The grants totaled over $540,000, and were distributed to companies in Minnesota and New

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    Back Stage's 4th Annual Actorfest Set for Nov. 2 At Marriott Marquis

    Actorfest will also feature a trade exhibition hall, giving performers the opportunity to meet more than 90 exhibitors offering information on their classes and services ranging from acting schools to tax consultants to health services--everything an actor would

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    LONDON CALLING

    British Equity Supports SAG/AFTRA

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    AT&T:OnStage Grants Bestowed

    Grants for the production of six new plays and one musical have been made through AT&T:OnStage, the AT&T company's nonprofit theatre sponsorship program. U.S. recipients of the 1997 grants, which total nearly $500,000, are as

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    Louisville New Play Fest Eyes Talent and Diversity

    Read the titles of a few of the plays that made up this year's 21st annual Humana Festival of New American Plays at the Actors Theatre of Louisville: "Private Eyes," "In Her Sight," "Polaroid Stories," "Misreadings," "Stars." Sight. Light. Doesn't it seem probable that a common theme runs ...

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    FACE TO FACE: A Viewpoint Not in Fashion

    Considering the grimly comic inter-relationships among quests for fame, celebrity scandal, and repressed memory, if Memory Serves - which opened Off-Broadway at the Promenade Theatre, Dec. 12 - is not readily definable. Satire comes to mind, sort of.

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    One Is 1, and It's Wonderful

    One Is 1, and It's Wonderful

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    "CURRENCY"

    Leona Whitney Beatty (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Currency, a 16mm film for LMU. Three-day shoot starts Mar. 9. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Laughing Matters : You've Come a Long Way, Baby!

    I OFTEN JUDGE COMEDY CONTESTS and attend school shows, because it gives me the opportunity to see performers' early work. Time is an incredible teacher and watching a performer grow is still exciting to me every time.