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    ATW Design Award Winners

    The American Theatre Wing has honored its 1998 winners of the Design Awards, selected for Outstanding Artistry in 41 productions over the 1997-98 New York theatre season. There were 53 nominations. Unlike the Tonys, these annual awards‹in existence for 34 years‹recognize designers from Off-Broadway and Off Off-Broadway as ...

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    Odets' "Awake and Sing!"

    The Actors Studio Free Theatre at Raw Space is presenting Clifford Odets' "Awake and Sing!" from Jan. 13-31. Shows run Wed.-Sat. at 8 pm, with matinees on Sat. and Sun at 3 pm. Directed by Salem Ludwig, the cast features Robert Baumgardner, Richard Durham, Mark Ethan, Robert Heller, Anne ...

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    LEAD SINGER

    Adrian Gurvitz (prod.) is seeking a professional-level female singer, 14-16, any ethnicity, extremely attractive, stage presence a must, dance experience, for a girl pop/R&B group. Bring pix & resumé. Be prepared to sing a song and dance. Auditions will be held by appt. only Sat., Feb. 17 and Sun ...

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    "CHAN"

    Mike Closson (dir.) is accepting submissions for Chan, a 16mm film for Chapman University. Six-day shoot starts Mar. Copy and credit provided. There is no pay.

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    CORRECTIONS

    In a recent listing of theatre training programs (College Guide, Back Stage West/Drama-Logue, 11/12/98), the name of the Center Theatre Conservatory's department head was listed as "Justine Eick"; in fact, the conservatory's head is Justin Eick. Justine, his mother, is a high school teacher. Also ...

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    Discussing Dance Three Pros Look at Broadway

    Diverse and memorable moments of dance and theatre were fondly recalled by Geoffrey Holder, Peter Gennaro, and Marge Champion during a recent panel discussion on Broadway choreography, programmed by David Diamond, executive director of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation. The early evening event was held Wed., May 20, at ...

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    "SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN"

    Rob Jones (prod.) is accepting submissions for Scientific American, a digital comedy about finding love through periodicals. Four-day shoot starts Feb. 16. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.