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    CHORUS, "EVITA"

    Julia Flores (cstg. dir.) will hold chorus auditions for Evita. Prod. Tom McCoy, dir. Jon Engstrom, mus. Dir. Steven Smith. Rehearsals start Mar. 6. Performances run Mar. 23-Apr. 8. There is $650 pay for non-Equity performers.

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    SAG, AFTRA Stalled on Pension Issues Leaders Polarized Over Whether They Should Merge

    After years of debate and planning, leaders of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists now appear to be at loggerheads over the proposed merger of their

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    P.A., UNTITLED DIGITAL

    C.A.S. Rao (dir.) is seeking a P.A. for an untitled DV short. Shoot starts Apr. Copy and credit provided. There is some pay. Send resumé to 375 Central Ave., #45, Riverside, CA 92507.

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    "BEAUTY AND THE BEAST"

    Cavan Hallman (dir.) will hold auditions for Beauty and the Beast, a school tour. Performances run Oct. 6-Dec. 8 throughout Texas. Travel and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    Library Spotlights Harburg, Mielziner

    Lyricist E. Y. "Yip" Harburg and set designer Jo Mielziner are the focus of two exhibitions on view at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts through April

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    ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Stage Manager - Be Dependable: Alan Needleman

    "I'm the quarterback on the floor." That's how veteran stage manager Alan Needleman describes his responsibilities in his five-and-a-half-year tenure on "One Life to Live." Prior to his stint on "OLTL," Needleman was a production manager for ABC for 22 years, working on Olympics and elections telecasts, but ...

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    Music in the Niteries

    AT RAINBOW & STARS UNTIL AUG. 9, DAVIS Gaines' cabaret concert is a mixed bag of songs gorgeously sung by one of today's finest voices on or Off-Broadway and all points in between. He has played the title role in Broadway's "Phantom" more than any other performer: 1,937

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    Livent Fielding Bids and Reorganizing

    Livent, the beleaguered Canadian theatrical company, continues to reorganize while it reviews confidential bids. As many as 10 companies may be interested in acquiring some of its assets, if not the entire

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    DANCE DIARY - Nijinsky: The Faun Revived

    Death of a Faun, with actor-dancer Nicholas Johnson as the legendary dancer, recently played Off-Off-Broadway, at St. Clements Theatre. Formerly a dancer with The Royal Ballet and English National Ballet, Mr. Johnson is a now an actor in London's West End, and on