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    BISTRO BITS: Compelling Divas

    Returning to cabaret after more than four years, cabaret and Broadway favorite Sally Mayes is back with an all-new show of story songs, "The Story Hour." With musical director Patrick Brady and her band, Mayes has put together one of her most riveting and thoroughly entertaining shows to

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    "STOP KISS"

    Ellen Gavin (prod.) will hold Equity and non-Equity auditions for Stop Kiss. Dir. Loy Arcenas. Rehearsals start Jan. 8. Performances run Mar. 11-Apr. 8 at the Brava Theatre Center. There is pay for non-Equity performers.

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    Back Stage's Gebbie Feted

    Julann Gebbie, Back Stage advertising salesperson, has received this year's Reuter Award, bestowed by Billboard Publications, Inc.

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    Actors Meet Agents in Seminar Face the Agents: Equity Seminar

    How does an unrepresented actor lure an agent? Does an actor need both an agent and a personal manager? Successful agents put straightforward answers to these and other questions when a crowd of 85 curious actors gathered on Mon., June 24 at the Actors' Equity Association Building to get an ...

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    See Broadway Stars Free Sept. 13

    Why pay full ticket price when you can see all the hot long-running Broadway shows and a few new ones for free? That's an overstatement, of course. But on Sun., Sept. 13, from 12:00 noon-2:00 pm, The League of American Theatres and Producers and the Times Square ...

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    Guide to NJ Arts Ed

    "Toward Knowing by Art," a guidebook to educational and community outreach programs offered by professional theatre companies in New Jersey, is available free of charge. For a copy of the guide, call The New Jersey Theatre Group at (201)

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    Free Reading at York Theatre Co.

    The York Theatre Company will present a free reading of "Manhattan Tower Views," a musical journey through New York through the decades. The reading will take place Tues., Oct. 13 at 5 pm sharp, at The Theatre at St. Peter's Church, CitiCorp Center, 619 Lexington