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    Americans for Arts Gears for Action

    "Two years ago, Republicans and Democrats both said the NEA would be dead in a year," Robert L. Lynch told his audience of arts advocates on Thurs., Dec. 5, in New York City. But because pro-arts forces joined and took their case to Capitol Hill, the National Endowment for the ...

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    Lawmakers Seek to Avert Jersey Theatre Tragedies

    The Crossroads Theatre in New Brunswick, N.J., won the 1999 Tony Award for excellence in regional theatre, but is so broke in 2000 its Internet website is blank except for the words "Account Suspended due to lack of

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    Gaffigan Interviews

    Catherine Gaffigan is now interviewing students for January enrollment in her acting classes for professionals. Classes cover basic and advanced technique for commercials, teleprompter, musical comedy, and the classics. There are also courses in film acting and "how to sustain a career." Gaffigan has been teaching in her own studio ...

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    Nederlander Expands in Chicago

    The Nederlander Organization is poised to expand its presence in Chicago by assuming the role of executive producer of the long-dormant Bismark Theatre, the only unused legit house remaining in downtown

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    McLaughlin Wins Play Award

    Buzz McLaughlin, a New Jersey resident, was named first prize winner of the 1996 National Play Award Playwriting Competition, sponsored by the National Repertory Theatre Foundation.

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    INDEPENDENT MEANS: Method Filmmaking - The Blair Witch Project ventures where few films have gone before.

    Don't mistake The Blair Witch Project, a new feature which hits theatres this week, with all those teen fright films that have been infiltrating theatres these past few years. For while Blair Witch does fall into the horror genre and stars three good-looking young actors, it is far from ...

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    CORRECTIONS

    In our recent list of L.A. ensemble theatre companies (Back Stage West, 7/8/99), we neglected to list the following venerable mainstay of the