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    Composers and Lyricists Playwrights, Directors, and Choreographers

    Twice a year, the American Theatre Wing sponsors panels of theatre artists to explore the process of creating theatre. Back Stage visited all four panels and will be bringing you accounts of each in the coming weeks.

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    new years eve, a.c.

    Center Stage Ent., Inc. is seeking male/female energetic dancers with personality for New Years Eve in Atlantic City. Auditions will be held Tues. Nov. 14 from 9:30AM-12noon (by appointment) at New Dance Group Arts Center, 254 W. 47 St. (btwn. B'way & 8 Ave.), NYC. Must call (609 ...

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    Tony Award winners Donna Murphy and Mandy Patinkin

    Tony Award winners Donna Murphy and Mandy Patinkin will appear at a Fri., Sept. 22 concert, entitled "Artists for the Cure at Carnegie Hall," to raise funds for breast cancer research.

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    live wire entertainment

    11/14 at 7PM at Progressive Music Studio, 630 Ninth Ave., 7th fl., Ste. 711, Room #0, NYC.

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    humorous musicians

    2/10 from 3-6PM at Carroll Music, 351 W. 41 St., 3rd fl., NYC.

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    women of color productions

    2/12 from 3-6:30PM at Shetler Studios, 939 Eighth Ave., Suite 301, NYC; 2/12 from 7:30-10:30PM at Harlequin Studios, 203 W. 46 St., NYC; and 2/14 from 3-6PM at Shetler Studios, 939 Eighth Ave., Suite 301, NYC.

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    NEA Garners $105M

    A House-Senate conference committee last week approved a $7 million increase for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), finally funding the agency at $105 million for fiscal 2001.

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    male singers, gregorian chant

    Paladin Music and Entertainment, Inc. is seeking male singers for a Nov. 30 recording project in West Paterson, NJ. Must be able to sing in four-part harmony, a cappella, and in old Latin. Pay. Auditions will be held Nov. 16 by appointment only. Call Chris Lance at (201) 406-9213. NON-UNION ...

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    SAG/NY Slaps Clean Slate

    The volatile Screen Actors Guild election in New York has seen candidates selected by SAG's nominating committee soundly defeat Clean Slate for the eastern branch's five, three-year open seats on the national board of directors.

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    The Screen Actors Guild has formulated a made-for-

    The Screen Actors Guild has formulated a made-for-Internet contract for producers and SAG members.