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    ACTOR'S ACTOR: Discerning Woman

    Veteran actress Holland Taylor recently sat down with Back Stage West/Drama-Logue at the Stella Adler Theatre in Hollywood, where she had just finished leading a six-week seminar called "About Stella," in which she shared her fond memories of the life and teachings of her late mentor and close friend ...

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    Little Mistake, Three Weeks

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    U.K. Actors Could Strike Over Y2K Pay

    (The Stage) LONDON-Strike action is being threatened by BECTU (Broadcasting Entertainment Cinematograph and Theatre Union) over a dispute about payment for its members who have to work during millennium weekend.

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    Stars Dominate SAG Election

    Celebrities carried the day in the Screen Actors Guild's Hollywood board election, defeating many of the incumbents and rank-and-file members who had led the guild during its recent six-month strike against the advertising industry. The new board will have more celebrity faces than any SAG board in decades. Celebrity ...

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    "TUESDAY TEA WITH NANNA"

    Heather Kelsey (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Tuesday Tea with Nanna, a sync-sound 16mm short for LMU about the relationship between a grandmother and granddaughter. Shoot starts mid-Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Whose Rights Are These, Anyway?

    It seems that the only way to protect an artist's work is to copyright it. But the Copyright law only applies to "tangible" items--work that can be measured and documented. What does a stage director do then, when his unique contributions to a production are setting the tone, creating ...

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    ARTNOW Plans D.C. Pro-Art Demonstration

    A national demonstration in support of arts funding, going by the name ARTNOW, will converge on Washington, D.C., on Oct.