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    Directors Guild Gives $15K to Columbia U

    For the second consecutive year, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) has given a New York area film school a $15,000 grant for its training programs. Columbia University, in recognition of a film program that boasts Milos Forman ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"), Kimberly Peirce ("Boys Don ...

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    Trust

    Reviewed by Leonard Jacobs

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    DGA, AICP Spot Pact in Helmers' Court

    The Directors Guild of America and the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) have reached a tentative agreement for a new national commercial contract.

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    Tuner Salad

    The characters played by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, and the rest of the gang in those old MGM movie musicals had it easy. They'd sit around glumly trying to figure out how to raise a few bucks to save the orphanage, and someone would cry, "Hey, kids, let's ...

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    NYC Ballet's Balanchine and Robbins

    New York City Ballet opened its winter season on Jan. 2 with Balanchine's "Scotch Symphony" and "Square Dance," as well as Jerome Robbins' "The Four Seasons."

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    Jane Ward, Dancer

    Jane Ward, Dancer

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    Coming to Back Stage...

    Spotlight on Rehearsal and Performance Spaces

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    Nada Closed? Nada Chance.

    Supporters of the Off-Off-Broadway theatre Todo con Nada united in a last-minute drive to prevent its eviction from its longtime space at 176 Ludlow St. last week, with the results yet to be determined.

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    The SAG-AFTRA Strike from an Agent's Perspective

    We've had many points of view expressed in these pages regarding the SAG-AFTRA strike against the advertising industry, but one segment of the industry we have not called upon is agents. So I got in touch with Shep Pamplin, vice president and senior agent with Oppenheim-Christie Associates. I asked ...

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    Program for College-Bound Drama Students

    Program for College-Bound Drama Students