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    Gypsy of Year-a Winning Year

    The 11th Annual Gypsy of The Year Competition raised a whopping $2,080,000 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA), beating last year's record of $1,751,

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    Laughing Matters

    Listen Up THIS COLUMN IS DEDICATED to a few tips and helpful hints. Things that, at first glance, may seem simplistic, but for that very reason are easy to overlook. Some of them I overlooked myself when I was doing stand-up. Others I learned along the

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    CLUBS FOR ENTERTAINERS: Words...

    I was dying to join the Friars. All my peers belonged - Jan Murray, Jack Carter, and Milton Berle.

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    BLUE MAN GROUP

    Blue Man Productions will hold an open call for Blue Man Group, an off-Broadway, non-verbal, musically driven production. Performances run in Las Vegas, Chicago, and Boston. There is pay.

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    BREAKOUT TALENT: Mil Nicholson - Earth Mother

    Before she utters a word of dialogue or even performs a bit of business, Mil Nicholson makes her presence onstage quite apparent. It's not that she steals scenes or chews scenery. She's too much of a graceful lady and a team player for that. But this statuesque, imposing ...

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    Actors' Fund Sponsors Free Money Seminar

    The Actors' Fund of America is sponsoring a free, six-week seminar, "Money and the Performing Artist," beginning Mon., Jan.

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    SAG Exits Due to "Hostile" Environment

    Three high-level Screen Actors Guild staffers are leaving the guild amid what one SAG official described as an increasingly "hostile" working relationship between SAG's elected leadership and the guild's staff. National director of communications Katherine Moore, national director of government relations Catherine York, and New York public relations ...

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    CENTERSTAGE

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    Dancer Shot In Baltimore Moved to Ga.

    James (Bransford) Pace, a New York dancer who was shot and paralyzed by an assailant in Baltimore, is being moved to a rehabilitation hospital in Atlanta.