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    Actors' Taxes : W-2 Much

    By now all your W-2s should have arrived and you're ready to make a start. There are a few things on W-2s you should look for that you might

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    SPOTLIGHT ON SUMMER TRAINING 2000: Stage Management - Your Turn to Call the Cues

    A good stage manager has to begin his or her training somewhere, and a summer internship is one place to

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    Will SFX Gobble up Nederlander?

    Is the voracious young giant preparing to engulf a 72-year-old Broadway stalwart? SFX Entertainment, which in the past three months has spent over $300 million buying up performance firms and venues nationwide, is now reportedly in talks to buy the Los Angeles division of the Nederlander

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    Kit Kat Klub Kaput!

    The theatre formerly known as Henry Miller's, but most recently called the Kit Kat Klub, is vacant again, following numerous complaints from area residents and substantial police attention.

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    With No Merger, What Lies Ahead For SAG, AFTRA?

    When the proposed historic merger of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) fell at the hands of SAG voters in late January, it didn't take long for union leaders to respond

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    Actors We Love: Cloris Leachman - Fragile Sensation

    Cloris Leachman has a face made for black-and-white film, so it's entirely appropriate that that's where her best performances reside-in her astonishing Academy Award-winning turn in Peter Bogdanovich's The Last Picture Show and, at quite the other end of the spectrum, in Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein. Fine ...

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    SAG Accepting Applications for Board Positions

    Interviews for nominations to the board of directors of the Screen Actors Guild's New York branch are being held throughout June.

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    Helen Hayes Nominations Announced

    Nominees for the 15th annual Helen Hayes Awards, honoring excellence in the professional theatre in Washington, D.C., were announced Monday. The nominees were selected from more than 180 productions presented during 1998 by 50 resident and non-resident professional theatre companies performing in the Washington metropolitan

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    "Steel Pier" and "The Life" Top Drama Desk Nominations

    Other big Broadway musicals, including "Dream" and the revivals of "Annie" and "Once Upon a Mattress," where shut out

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    LAMEC Fest Premieres at Ivar

    The Los Angeles Media & Education Center (LAMEC) began three years ago in the hopes of bringing together the people of L.A. through the arts to help them build self-esteem through self-expression. This month, LAMEC is launching a 28-day Festival of the Arts, comprising 44 events, Jan. 14-Feb. 10 at ...