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    HERE'S TO YOUR HEALTH: Act Now - Taking Advantage of Free And Low-Cost Health Resources

    Life in the entertainment community can be stressful and requires great mental and physical energy. What would you do if suddenly "the show must go on" were no longer possible due to your own ill health, or if you had a health-challenged family member or friend? If you're already ...

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    LETTERS : Fit for Bill

    I read the piece you wrote recently about your experiences with Bill Friemuth and the coincidental natures of your recent careers (From the Editor, BSW, 3/26/98). As a member of Theatre L.A.'s Board of Governors for the past four years, I wanted you to know that ...

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    THE VIEW FROM TABLE MOUNTAIN

    This is a literary cantata for the human voice, heart, and soul. It is also a triple tribute—to a trio of titans, to the mystique of Taos, and to the multiple talents of Tony Tanner, who wrote and directed it. If that's too many alliterative "t's", blame ...

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    Long Live the Kings! and BAM Revamps: Happenings in Brooklyn

    The block of 42nd Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues is not the only place in New York City where dilapidated theatres deserve renovation--and Bruce Paul Friedman wants the public, the city, and developers everywhere to know

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    Actors Bolster AIDS Study

    "When two of my best friends tested HIV-positive in a six-week period, I knew it was time for me to do something about AIDS, instead of waiting for someone else to do it," says Mark Moreau, a five-year veteran of "Cats." Accordingly, Moreau, who recently left the Broadway cast to ...

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    Bit Parts - Revolutionary Theatre

    "Moment of Truth," the Lisette Lecat Ross play about the Spanish Civil War which opens Manhattan Playhouse's new season, will play host to a particularly informed audience on its opening night, Oct. 20. Among the critics and first nighters will be surviving members of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, a ...

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    Playwright Mac Wellman Hosts BAMdialogues

    Playwright Mac Wellman will host a dialogue with Romanian playwright Oana Hock Cajal and writer-dramaturge Shawn-Marie Garrett, on Mon., Jan. 11 at The Brooklyn Academy of Music, 30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, NY. Cajal's autobiographical drama, "The Almond Seller," was nominated for 1998 best play of the year in her ...

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    Karen Kondazian's The Actor's Way - Acting on Instinct

    From her love and study of the acting craft, Leslee Dennis has developed a shrewd eye for casting.Leslee Dennis was born in Queens and grew up in New York, where she was married by age 19 and the mother of two daughters by 22. She spent several years as ...