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    Thomas Hall to Exit San Diego's Old Globe

    Thomas Hall, who joined San Diego's Old Globe Theatre in 1978 and served as its managing director for 19 years, has announced he will end his tenure at the conclusion of the 1999

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    Correction

    In the Oct. 23 lead story "SAG Slate's Flyer Chided," we said that BPI Communications Inc.'s legal department contacted all eight candidates‹listed on a Screen Actors Guild/New York slate for the national board elections‹regarding the use of Back Stage's masthead on a campaign flyer ...

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    SPOTLIGHT ON SUMMER TRAINING 2000: Shakespeare - To Act, Perchance to Learn

    As the Bard himself noted in Sonnet 18: "Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May/And summer's lease hath all too short a date. Therefore act now, sign up for a class, or you'll regret it come the

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    Face to Face: Lillias Is in "Dinah Was" - Ms. White Plays Dinah Washington

    Blues singer Dinah Washington was raunchy and wise. She was savagely ambitious, despite racism and battles with drugs, booze, parasitic no-show men, and a harshly critical mother. Her stormy short life‹she died of an overdose at 39 in 1963‹was a story of inner demons and

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    Juliette Binoche

    Requiem for a Dream

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    A Producer and a Gentleman: A few more words about the legacy of the late Robert Fryer.

    The last act curtain fell on Saturday, May 27, for theatrical producer par excellence Robert Fryer. It seems appropriate that it happened on Memorial Day

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    Theatre Guide 2001

    If you've got a theatre company or rental space in the Southern California, you need to be listed in this indispensible annual guide. For display advertising, which will draw special attention to your company or space, contact (323) 525-2225; the ad deadline is Dec. 1, 2000. But whether or ...

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    SAG's Daniels, In New York, Reflects Full Circle

    William Daniels, the Screen Actors Guild's national president, has moved back to New York.

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    Hail A Ride!

    Rod Gill's "Tall Taxi Tales," a play which "exposes the bizarre encounters in rear seats as only New York City hacks can tell it," will be performed in a free reading on Mon., June 16 at the John Houseman Theatre Studio Too, 450 W. 42nd St. Information: (718)

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    DANCE DIARY - Two Tragedies From Italy's Aterballetto

    Aterballetto, currently on an extensive tour of the U.S., recently came to Brooklyn College's Whitman Hall, offering as its main attraction Artistic Director Amedeo Amodio's "Suite From Romeo and Juliet." The company bills itself as Italy's only permanent ballet outside of those attached to opera