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    Agents, Managers, CDs Go On Stage in 'Labors of Love'

    It's a dream come true for any actor who has felt the sting of a dismissive "Thank you, we'll let you know" after auditioning: an opportunity to see exactly how well casting directors and agents measure up as performers.

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    "laura nyro project," mus'l

    2/13 from 1-4PM at Musical Theatre Works, 440 Lafayette St., Studio 3E and 3F, NYC.

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    NYC Ballet's "Polyphonia"

    Former soloist with New York City Ballet, Christopher Wheeldon retired from dancing with the company last spring. He has since been selected by NYCB as first choreographic artist-in-residence. The appointment was certainly justified by his "Polyphonia," which premiered on Jan. 4 at the New York State Theater, as well as ...

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    Two Broadway legends, Harold Prince and Carol Burn

    Two Broadway legends, Harold Prince and Carol Burnett, are working on a new play called "Holly-wood Arms," Back Stage has confirmed. Burnett, a recipient of a special Tony Award in 1969, co-authored the play with her daughter, Carrie Hamilton. Prince, who has a dozen Tonys (more than anyone else in ...

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    High Spirits for a New Season

    Club rivalries are turning up the heat. With more cabarets in Manhattan than at anytime since the '80s, competition for music lovers reaches frenzied proportions this fall. And, to make sure they get their share, the city's pricey, major venues have brushed up their rooms and booked some particularly ...

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    abingdon theatre company

    11/16 and 11/17 from 10AM-1, 2-4:30PM at Abingdon Theatre, 432 W. 42 St., 4th fl., NYC.

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    SAG's Daniels on the Strike Back to Table, New Proposals

    ew proposals to present to them, and hopefully, they can see some way of accommodating our position, a little give and take.

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    Before the walkout would end, union leaders would

    Before the walkout would end, union leaders would realize that the ad industry was attempting to break their organizations. It would require not only great membership resolve to buck the major corporations, but the unions melding efforts with the AFL-CIO, Actors' Equity Association, and other unions nationwide, as well as ...

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    wildlife thr., central park zoo

    Wildlife Theater at the Central Park Zoo is casting for its 2001 season. Rehearsals begin March 15; season runs through Labor Day. Seeking an ethnically diverse company who can commit to three-to-five days per week of rehearsals and performances. Requirements: love of children, animals, and the environment, must be a ...