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    NYSCA Grants $8.8M, FY2001 Totals $48.4M

    The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) has awarded $8.8 million in grants to 659 not-for-profit arts and cultural organizations statewide during its fourth and final round of funding for fiscal year 2001.

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    John Bury, 75, Designer

    John Bury, 75, Designer

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    SAG's Daniels: Back to Table, New Proposals

    In a conversation last week at his modest Studio City home, a sober but unbowed William Daniels—the Screen Actors Guild's national president—reflected on the commercial contract strike that began May 1. It will likely stretch at least until mid-October, if the next round of talks with the ...

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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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    Dance Funding Deadline Approaching

    Applications are being accepted for the third grant cycle of the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) BUILD program, which will award approximately $100,000 to New York City-based dance companies with small and mid-sized budgets.

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    m/f DANCERS, CITY SOUNDS ENT.

    Seeking male and female dancers with outgoing personalities and lots of energy for a NJ/NY-based entertainment company. Pay per event, plus opportunity to work weekly on special events. Applicants must have car and provide own transportation. Call City Sounds Entertainment for more information and directions for next audition at ...

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    Mighty Quinn Goes on Tour

    Actors' Equity President Patrick Quinn met with union members across the country last month to hear their concerns and discuss the future. He also met with professionals on the other side of the casting table, including producers and artistic directors.

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