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    tv host/hostess

    Seeking TV host/hostess, all types, for indie film review TV show, interviewing filmmakers and reviewing clips. Send pix & resumes to V. Bernard and Assocs. Casting, 853 Broadway, Ste. 1516, NYC 10003. No calls or drop-offs. No pay, but meals and videocopy provided. NON-UNION PERFORMERS.

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    "thoroughly modern millie"

    3/1 & 3/2 at 10AM at Chelsea Studios, 151 W. 26 St., 6th fl., NYC.

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    Preserving Broadway Dramas of Record

    It's going to take some adjustment for theatre fans who buy the first Broadway cast recording released by the new record label Fynsworth Alley. It won't have an overture. Or an entr'acte. Or any dance music, reprises, or, for that matter, songs.

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    Williams Tries Equity Dodge

    Seeking to avoid sanctions by the performers' unions, actor Barry Williams has employed a little-known maneuver to star in a non-Equity tour of "The Sound of Music." However, he may have failed to make the maneuver in time.

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    More Itemized Deductions

    Last week we began to talk about Itemized Deductions by explaining medical deductions available to you. This week we'll continue by discussing the deductibility of certain taxes. Only certain types of taxes are deductible on your Federal return. They include taxes paid to state, local, and foreign governments (not ...

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    Nada Escapes Eviction—For Now

    The Lower East Side theatre Todo con Nada has a new lease on life, as long as it can pay the rent on the lease.

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    nyu, "the secret goldfish"

    Casting for NYU Tisch undergraduate color 16mm film, "The Secret Goldfish." Sil Gomez, prod'r; Larry Whiteside, dir. Shooting Dec. 8-10 in Manhattan. No pay, but meals, credit, and videocopy provided. Seeking—Max: nine, a little short for his age, must have experience, professional, good attitude; Tim: older brother, 16-17 ...

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    epa, cape playhouse, ma

    2/26 & 2/27 from 9:30AM-5:30PM at AEA Audition Center, 165 W. 46 St., 2nd fl., 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.