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    NYWA and City Council Voice Arts Support

    Two groups very familiar with agendas broke bread last week and discussed how to counter the New York City mayor's traditional attempt to slash the city's arts

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    Bistro Bits - R-E-S-P-E-C-T

    MORE THAN ANY OTHER VENUE IN SHOW business, cabaret succeeds or fails based on the relationship between a performer and his audience. That's why it's paramount that an entertainer makes a memorable first impression. As soon as you step onstage, you've got to set the tone for ...

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    "TO BE A KID"

    Ryan Bushore (dir.) is accepting submissions for To be a Kid, a sync-sound Super 16mm film for LMU. Prod. Michael Modecki. Two-weekend shoot starts Feb. 24. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Broadway's Flea Market and Grand Auction

    For some, it's the dream of a lifetime: a walk-on in one of Broadway's biggest hits. Imagine the backstage excitement, the costumes, the makeup, even a curtain-call. And this fantasy, perhaps one of the few, can be realized. That is, if you offer the highest

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    AFTRA L.A. Head In Board Clash

    A group of local American Federation of Television and Radio Artists board members has brought charges against Los Angeles AFTRA local president Susan Boyd, accusing her of "placing the local in extreme crisis" in March when she put the local's executive director, Mark Farber, on a leave of absence ...

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    "POETRY AND PERFORMANCE ART"

    Scott Recchia (dir.) will hold auditions for Poetry and Performance Art. Rehearsals start Feb. 9. Performances start Mar. 4 at the Next Stage. There is no pay.

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    Everything but the Booking

    Dear Tombudsman:

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    NBAF Megaevent Set For Atlanta

    The Olympics isn't the only megaevent happening in Atlanta this summer. The fifth biennial National Black Arts Festival (NBAF) takes place June 28-July 7. Over 1500 artists in 10 disciplines will