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    Don't Leave Home Without It:

    What Keeps Four Performers Happy on the Road Don't Leave Home Without

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    "Titanic" Ices Golden Globe Competition

    In a repeat of last season's Tony awards, a vehicle about the sinking of the Titanic scuttled the competition and swept the Golden Globe Awards, presented Sun., Jan. 18 in a televised ceremony. "Titanic," a multi-million-dollar epic, unrelated to the Broadway musical except in subject matter, won prize for ...

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    Face to FaceCumming to the "Cabaret" Alan Cumming Chills as Emcee

    If Alan Cumming wins the Tony Sunday night, it'll be the crowning award in a series including the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards. His stellar turn in "Cabaret" has made him a New York sensation--and it's all the more stunning to the Scottish-born 33-year-old performer "who ...

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    ACTORFEST 2000 ANCHOR SEMINARS

    ACTORFEST is like a living issue of Back Stage West: On the exhibit floor, our advertisers will introduce and explain their services-from headshot photography to acting schools, from demo reels to online casting services-and you in turn get an excellent opportunity to comparison-shop.

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    Alliance Supports Film/TV

    Forty organizations‹representing the cream of the city's production community‹have joined forces to "help maintain, increase, and expedite film and video production" both in New York City and throughout the

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    INDUSTRY INSIGHTS: Women and Will

    Women and Will: Actresses Find New Ways to Work With the

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    Women in Theatre Sponsor Panel on Collaboration

    The League of Professional Theatre Women will sponsor a panel discussion, "The Joys and Agonies of Collaborating in the Musical Theatre," on Tues., Nov. 17. Lyricist Sheldon Harnick, author Will Holt, and composer Charles Strouse will speak on the panel. Edie Cowan, a director/choreographer, and Anne Croswell, a lyricist ...

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    STAGE & SCREEN: Back

    To actually be a contender in pilot season and ultimately win the glorious prize that comes with the seemingly ordinary actor's title "series regular" is the breathtaking promise that Hollywood holds out, but most often snatches away. When an actor does catch hold, his life changes dramatically in ways ...

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    SAG Opens Elected Posts to

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    Catholic League Boycotts ABC's "Nothing Sacred"

    Attacks from conservative religious groups continue on the Walt Disney Co. as the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights has called for a boycott of sponsors for "Nothing Sacred," the ABC drama about a rebellious Catholic priest. Disney owns