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    WGA Reshuffles Fresh Deck For TV-Film Pact

    The Writers Guild of America resumed negotiations for a new contract with film and TV producers on Monday, six months after a previous contract deal was narrowly

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    "Guitars," "Molly," "Rent" Win NY Drama Crix Awards

    August Wilson's "Seven Guitars" was named the best play of the season by the New York Drama Critics Circle after four ballots of

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    SDCF Grants for Theatres

    Guidelines for the professional guest director/choreographer program, administered by Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation (SDCF), are available for the 1998-99

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    "STEELIE"

    Jasen Lewis (dir.) is accepting submissions for Steelie, a sync-sound digital narrative short for Art Institute of L.A. about an old man rediscovering his youth through a game of marbles with St. Peter disguised as a child. Prod. Robin Chen. Three-day shoot starts Mar. 9. Copy, credit, and meals ...

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    SCREENWRITER, "HEROES"

    Martin Lam (prod.) is seeking a screenwriter, with expertise in writing spiritual and religious elements a plus, to adapt a treatment for Heroes, into a medium-budget feature-length screenplay with martial arts and some CGI. There is deferred pay. Send resumé and samples by Mar. 27 to Imagine Dreams Entertainment, 1118 ...

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    MAC Awards Aglow at Town Hall

    A star-studded evening‹highlighted by show-stopping performances by Betty Buckley, Barbara Cook, Kathie Lee Gifford, and Liza Minnelli‹thrilled a packed Town Hall Monday night, as the Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs (MAC) honored outstanding cabaret, comedy, and jazz performances in 32

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    Ohio Bound: Outdoor Confab Held in October

    Drama practitioners and enthusiasts from across the country will gather in Fairborn, Ohio, Oct. 21-24 for the 36th annual Conference on Outdoor Drama, sponsored by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Institute of Outdoor

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    SAG Sends Warning to Agents and CDs

    The striking actors unions are threatening to crack down on talent agents who supply non-union actors to commercial producers during the unions' ongoing strike against the advertising industry. SAG has also put Hollywood's casting directors on notice that they face criminal prosecution if they continue to cast non-union actors ...