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    Independent 35mm film

    Casting for independent color 35mm film, "Spirit of the Fourth." Shooting July 2001. Location: New England University campus, 1976. Possible pay, plus meals, credit, and videocopy provided. Seeking actors in their early 20s—Nikki: female, attractive, Whoopi Goldberg-type; Peg: female, WASP, blonde/blue, highly contagious laugh; Keith: male, hot and ...

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    Dayton Contemporary Dance at the Joyce

    Dayton Contemporary Dance at the Joyce

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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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    Program for College-Bound Drama Students

    Program for College-Bound Drama Students

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    Crisply Played

    Actor Bette Bourne concedes it's hard not to see the late writer-performer Quentin Crisp—whose presentation of self was his art—as a fictional character.

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    lionel, "perfect crime"

    "Perfect Crime," an Off-Broadway "C" contract ($592 per week) is seeking an immediate replacement for the role of Lionel McAuley. Actor must be a quick study able to learn and able to perform lines verbatim. Rehearsals begin ASAP and actor must be free to perform on Thanksgiving. Send pix & resumes ...

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    bucks co. & pocono Playhouse

    2/26 from 10AM-2PM and 2-6PM & 2/27 from 10AM-1PM and 2-6PM at Nola Studios, 250 W. 54 St., 11th fl., NYC.

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    Two Local Filmmakers Agree: Make Your Mistakes on Student/ Short Films

    After "Pi," his black and white no-budget debut film (actual cost: $60,000), won myriad awards—including the coveted Best Director Award at Sundance—Brooklyn-born Darren Aronofsky decided to beat the dreaded sophomore slump. He revived his own dream of adapting Hubert ("Last Exit to Brooklyn") Selby's "Requiem for ...

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    Everybody Wants to Write a Musical

    On one of December's seemingly inexhaustible supply of bitterly cold evenings, an overflow crowd of people wedged into a small, overheated basement room at the Blue Heron Arts Center on East 24th St., straining capacity at more than double the expected attendance. These eager folks were lured into the ...