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    CHORUS, "EVITA"

    Julia Flores (cstg. dir.) will hold chorus auditions for Evita. Prod. Tom McCoy, dir. Jon Engstrom, mus. Dir. Steven Smith. Rehearsals start Mar. 6. Performances run Mar. 23-Apr. 8. There is $650 pay for non-Equity performers.

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    SAG, AFTRA Stalled on Pension Issues Leaders Polarized Over Whether They Should Merge

    After years of debate and planning, leaders of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists now appear to be at loggerheads over the proposed merger of their

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    P.A., UNTITLED DIGITAL

    C.A.S. Rao (dir.) is seeking a P.A. for an untitled DV short. Shoot starts Apr. Copy and credit provided. There is some pay. Send resumé to 375 Central Ave., #45, Riverside, CA 92507.

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    "BEAUTY AND THE BEAST"

    Cavan Hallman (dir.) will hold auditions for Beauty and the Beast, a school tour. Performances run Oct. 6-Dec. 8 throughout Texas. Travel and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    Colorado Company Makes It to New York and Forges Identity

    When a theatre company produces a play based on a movie-especially a classic-the obvious question is why not just see the original?

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    "Shakespeare" Edges Out "Ryan" at 71st Oscar Bash

    It was the brawl between the Bard and the battlefield with the former winning at the 71st annual Academy Awards on Sunday March 21. "Shakespeare in Love," John Madden's comedy of Elizabethan theatrics, edged out its nearest competitor "Saving Private Ryan," Steven Spielberg's World War II epic, winning ...

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    Examining Your Singing Goals

    Out with friends at a club one night, a singer has an epiphany: what she wants more than anything is to be the next Janis Joplin. Unfortunately, she just spent five years learning arias with a classical voice teacher, developing her richest, highest tones. Her sweet, clear soprano voice won ...

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    CENTERSTAGE: Broadway Then and Now Share the Bill at National Theatre Confab

    When it comes to researching Broadway plays and musicals, one immediately thinks of the Performing Arts Library at Lincoln Center. But there's another resource that can serve you just as

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    SAG Earns $1.5B in '99 Contracts

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-Active members of the Screen Actors Guild earned a record $1.52 billion under SAG contracts in