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    "B'way on B'way" Show Expected to Draw Thousands

    "Broadway on Broadway," consistently one of New York City's most popular free public spectacles, will return again this year to Times Square on Sun., Sept. 13, from 12 noon-2 pm. According to the League of American Theatres and Producers, the event is expected to draw a crowd of over

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    CASTINGSTAGECASTINGSTAGE"CATS," GERMANY

    6/24 at 10AM & 2PM at City Center Studios, 130 W. 56 St.,

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    Actors' Fund Offers Health Resource

    The Actors' Fund of America has launched a web site featuring the new Artists' Health Insurance Resource Center

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    San Diego area & Ashland, Ore.

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    "THE STORM"

    Phil di Giorgio (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for The Storm, a 35mm period film set in rural Central Europe. Shoot starts mid-Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is pay.

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    Dot-Com Digs Ballyhoo and Manilow Fourth Wall Falls

    The new year started auspiciously here with a number of impressive shows, large and small, in the nonprofit houses. David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross, about cutthroat real estate salesmen trying to sell worthless, faux-exotic parcels of land in Florida to gullible buyers, is an intense theatrical experience every time ...

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    (SAG/AFI) "BAR TIME"

    Donovan & Hardwick Casting is accepting submissions for Bar Time, a 16mm/35mm dark drama for AFI about a brooding and weary man with a past slowly revealed. Prod. Ximena Shyfter, dir. Ernst Gossner. Nine-day shoot starts Mar. 7. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    For "Good" and All:

    Seth Barrish Directs the BarrowBy Ira J.

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    Unions: "Scrap Scabs'

    The striking performers unions are laying it on the line to nonunion actors: If they perform struck commercial work, they won't get into the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists or the Screen Actors