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    SAG-AFTRA to Dine Agents

    New York's franchised talent agents are about to partake of food for both tummy and thought. The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) are preparing to host the reps to a meal and discussion of upcoming commercials contract talks with

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    WORKING ACTOR: Strange But True Tales

    I was at a commercial audition last month when an extraordinary thing happened. Granted, it shouldn't have been this unique an experience, but I can think of no other time it's ever happened to me, and after speaking with a few close friends and fellow actors, it's ...

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    THE ZOO STORY and THE AMERICAN

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    Pioneer Playhouse Desperately Seeking

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    Production Houses

    The following is a sampling of production houses, which accept pix &

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    REVIEWSTHE MAGIC FIRE

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    "I WAS A TEENAGE MONSTER"

    Coleman T. Craig (prod.) is accepting submissions for I was a Teenage Monster, a 16mm avant-garage noir experimental drive-in epic feature. Dir. Andre Perkowski. Shoot starts late Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Edge Odds and Ends

    AUGUSTA AND TWO OTHER RANDOM ACTS Only the program can prove these three disparate works came from the pen of a single writer. Cheryl Lilko certainly shows range and—in one case—depth, humor, and humanity. Wedding Date finds a woman (Stacy Marr) with a new boyfriend (Jon Malmed) needing ...

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    The Women in His Life:Deborah Findlay & Anna Chancellor Create the Muses in "Stanley"

    Clearly, it's a matter of interpretation. But in "Stanley," the Royal Shakespeare Company's award-winning play about early 20th-century painter Stanley Spencer, the women are treading thin lines. The production opened Thurs., Feb. 20, at Broadway's Circle In The Square, following a distinguished premiere in

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    Laughing Matters - Pheromones, Teacups, and Grass

    A COUPLE WEEKS BACK I saw two shows at Caroline's that deserve some ink. First up was Sidney Myer's salute to Gay Pride Month with a top-notch line-up. If you've never seen Sidney sing "Pheromones," you're missing a treat. He's a gracious emcee,