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    Catholic League Boycotts ABC's "Nothing Sacred"

    Attacks from conservative religious groups continue on the Walt Disney Co. as the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights has called for a boycott of sponsors for "Nothing Sacred," the ABC drama about a rebellious Catholic priest. Disney owns

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    TCG Announces Grant Deadlines

    The Theatre Communications Group (TCG) has announced the application deadline for its next round of grants for the National Theatre Artist Residency Program and the NEA/TCG Career Development Programs for Directors and

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    "HAPPY FLOWER"

    Lajos Petro (prod.) is accepting submissions for Happy Flower, a non-sync-sound 16mm short for Chapman University. Dir. Dave Conseco. Eight-day shoot starts Mar. 8. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Association for Theatre in Higher Education Meets

    The Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) will hold its 12th annual conference Aug. 12-15, in San Antonio. The conference focus this year is "Performance Frontiers and Cultural Connections,"

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    Theatre District Rezoning Vote Due this Week

    The long anticipated City Council decision on theatre district rezoning is scheduled for a vote by the full council on Thur., Aug. 6, at 1:30 pm at City

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    Bit Parts"Moon" to Rise Again?

    The Drama Dept.'s production of George S. Kaufman and Ring Lardner's "June Moon" at the Ohio Theater was so well-received that there is a talk of a transfer to

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    Corrections

    In our "AUDELCO's Honor African-American Theatre Achievements" article on page 42 of our Nov. 6 issue, we incorrectly listed the awards as presented on Nov. 2. Actually, they will be presented on Mon., Nov. 16, at 8 pm at Aaron Davis Hall, City College, 134th St. and Convent Ave ...

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    Stage Manager Project Announced For Minorities

    The Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre has announced its new Stage Manager Project to train minorities in the skills necessary to become stage managers in the professional

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    The Vegas Frontier - "Star Trek" Attraction Opens in Gaming Capital, With Talent a Major Draw

    In the 24th century, money is no longer needed. Poverty and most diseases have been eliminated. Peace on earth has been achieved. Huge starships roam the galaxy on behalf of a United Federation of Planets, their continuing mission to expand the frontiers of knowledge. Most powerful and prestigious among them ...