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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.

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    Taking Stock

    When we asked a batch of our regional writers to give us a sampling of internships and/or apprenticeships in their parts of the country, they responded with profiles of 16 diverse companies. From the Atlantic Coast to the Rocky Mountains, these theatres offer hard work, practical experience, and contacts ...

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    Andrƒ Braugher Chooses Ambiguity For His "Henry V"

    Andrƒ Braugher's Henry V goes through a lot of changes. Early on in Shakespeare's historical play--set in 15th-century England and running at the Delacorte Theater through July 14--Braugher conjures up a kind of churlish mafia don who is at once a genuine and a play-acting bully. Here the ...

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    Obituaries

    Helen Merrill, 79,

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    Free-for-AllSt. Paul's "Songbook"

    A free concert featuring new musical theater songs by a variety of composers and lyricists on Tues., May 19, at 6pm concludes the 1997-98 season of the "Songbook Series," sponsored by Arts and Artists at St. Paul's. The series is produced, directed, and hosted by John F. Znidarsic. The ...

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    Brooke Berman Wins Primus Prize Again

    Playwright Brooke Berman is the winner of the Francesca Primus Playwriting Award for the second time in three years. This time around, she won it for "Playing House," a bittersweet piece about the emotionally disenfranchised generation searching for values and relationships in all the wrong

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    ACTORS' TAXES - All Earnings Are Taxable

    One day last season, we prepared the return of an actor and, after recording his W-2s, we asked if there was any other income. He replied that he had earned about $10,000 doing print work, but had been told "it was not taxable." This actor is an extremely bright ...