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    Meet the New York Managing Director

    In any field of endeavor as rife with disappointment as theatre, true professionals distinguish themselves by turning setbacks into successes. One person who knows all about that is Clayton Phillips, the new managing director (technically, "interim managing director") of the York Theatre.

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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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    new musical comedy

    Seeking in NYC creative male/female choreographers/eye-catching dancer-singer belters to star in a racy riotous show of over 20 original songs who are able to commit long term to a production for stage and screen, talent whose very presence cannot but further this project along even as it now ...

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    Senator Bruno Gets Nice to NYSTI

    The 25-year-old New York State Theatre Institute (NYSTI) moved into a new home Wed., Nov. 1, thanks in part to the efforts of State Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno.

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    Graham Dancers Co-Produce Own Program

    Graham Dancers Co-Produce Own Program

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    Death of a Critic

    Dan Hulbert, theatre critic for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, was found dead Sept. 26, at Johns Mountain, a wilderness area in Northwest Georgia. He was 46 years old and the cause of his death was ruled a suicide.

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    Tony Awards Consider New Helmer

    Running the Tony Awards is, according to current wisdom, more difficult than winning one.

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    "ourselves alone," eq. showcase

    11/19 from 11AM-4PM at Eighth Ave. Studios, 939 Eighth Ave., NYC.

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    "bear in the big blue house live"

    2/13 at 10AM at New Dance Group Studio, 254 W. 47 St., NYC.

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    Arts Grants Awarded

    The Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts announced awards Dec. 4 totaling nearly $400,000, including grants of $25,000 each to 11 artists, and $59,500 awarded and distributed to 30 arts organizations.