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    50 Years Young, NYC's Duplex Celebrates Anniversary

    NYC's Duplex could easily use as its theme song Sondheim's "I'm Still Here." Since 1950, it has had seven ownerships, closed twice, and had two West Village addresses (55 Grove Street, and now 61 Christopher Street). There have been many ups and downs for this club, once ...

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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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    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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    With the year 2000 drawing to a close, film critic

    With the year 2000 drawing to a close, film critics around the world have been busily naming their picks for the best movies of the year. In recent weeks, the New York Film Critics Circle, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, and the Boston Society of Film Critics have made ...

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    East Meets West In a Blue Sphere

    When asked about the name of Blue Sphere Alliance, the L.A. theatre company that he co-founded in 1996, actor Christian Campbell explains somewhat sheepishly that he and his partners at the time were in a rush to come up with something. "We wanted something global-minded, [having to do with ...

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    crew, romantic comedy

    Pavlos Francis is seeking ADs, UPM, first A/C, video assistant, key grip, gaffer, electrician, dolly grip, make-up, hair, costumer, PAs, prop master, still photographer, production designer, script supervisor, boom operator, and sound mixer for video short, "The Way Life Should Be," a 15-minute color romantic comedy about two young ...