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    Guild Seeks Recipients of Old Royalties

    The invention of home video and prerecorded films did more than rearrange Americans' leisure patterns. It also provided a new source of income for some playwrights and songwriters whose works were adapted from the stage to the screen. For years, those royalties have poured into an office overseen by the ...

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    Theatres Agree to Equity LOA

    Five New York City theatre companies signed contracts with Actors Equity Association to maintain their Letter of Agreement (LOA) status, effective Aug. 15.

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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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    Making Your Comedy Newsworthy

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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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    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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    Strikers Decry 'Media Blackout'

    The Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists feel that the major television news media and their affiliates are blacking out coverage of the unions' 18-week-old strike. And the strikers are letting the world know it, although the networks deny that any blackout exists.

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    gotham comedy club

    Voted "Best Comedy Club in Manhattan" by the New York Press, Gotham Comedy Club is seeking new comics for its Friday and Saturday early evening shows. Can arrange for owner/booker to evaluate performance. Exceptional comics invited to perform in other shows. Performers must bring at least three audience members ...

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    AUDELCO Nominees Announced

    "Jitney" and "The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin" are the two big AUDELCO nominee winners, garnering eight and 10 nominations, respectively. The 28th annual Vivian Robinson AUDELCO (Audience Development Committee) Recognition Awards are presented for excellence in Black Theatre.

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    epa, casa manana, tex.

    2/21, 2/22, & 2/23 from 9:30AM-1PM and 2-5:30PM at Shetler Studios, 939 Eighth Ave., NYC.