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    "Rollin' " Is Hittin' the Brakes

    In terms of momentum, "rollin'" seems to be the one thing that "Rollin' on the T.O.B.A." just can't get enough

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    Designing on a Shoestring: Resources

    More About the Money-Savers in Our

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    Guthrie Artistic Director Cops Houseman Award

    This year, the John Houseman Award-given annually to an individual or entity demonstrating serious commitment to the professional development of young American classical actors-went to Joe Dowling, the artistic director of The Guthrie Theater, in

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    Audiobooks:Actors Bring Books to Life

    Audiobooks are a booming industry with retail sales having doubled in the last four years alone, to over $1.5 billion per year. Aside from the racks to be found in major book chains, libraries, and even convenience stores, the genre is so popular that all-audio bookstores and mail-order audiobook ...

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    SOLVING THE MYSTERIES OF CALLBACKS

    You've just auditioned for a part in an upcoming project-an "under-five" role for a TV show that could be your first big break, a place in the chorus of a splashy new musical, a funny bit in a national commercial, a quirky supporting character in an independent film, or ...

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    PROFILE : Spiritual Odyssey - Despite the heat of budget crunches and politicized grant-making, Ron Sossi's avant-garde company continues to signal through the flames.

    Ron Sossi's dog bubba lay at his feet looking up with adoring eyes. Said Sossi, "He's my guru." Obviously, it's the other way around. Obviously, as well, Ron Sossi is the Odyssey's

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    Broadway B.O. Hits Half a Billion $$

    Broadway attracted nearly 10.6 million paying customers during the 1996-97 season, generating record box office receipts of nearly half a billion dollars, according to figures recently released by the League of American Theatres and

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    NEWS WIRE - SAG Supports "Brent's Rule"

    The Screen Actors Guild's national board of directors unanimously passed a motion vowing to work with other labor unions in the entertainment industry to establish a maximum 12-hour workday.

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    OPINION: "West Side Story" Rouses Democracy In Liberal Amherst

    A group of students and parents in Amherst, Mass., last week called for their regional high school to cancel its production of "West Side Story." They argued that the 1957 Stephen Sondheim-Leonard Bernstein musical demeans Puerto