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    "TOO FAST FOR LOVE"

    Mel Wallace (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Too Fast for Love, a sync-sound TV show for LMU about an aging glam rock star. Shoots Mar. 14. There is no pay.

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    LATIN POP SHOW

    Jerry Lopez (prod.) is seeking an experienced male background/lead singer/dancer for a Latin pop/dance show. Six-month contracts run at the Fiesta Casino in Las Vegas. There is pay. Auditions will be held by appt. only. For information and/or to schedule an audition appt. call (310) 344-9718.

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    Sun Sets on Jupiter Theatre For Second Time

    Carousel's Jupiter Theatre will close its doors on Sun., Feb. 23, and abandon the remainder of its scheduled season. The sudden announcement by the theatre's producers will render the Jupiter, Fla., stage's fate uncertain for the second time in less than a

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    Livent Suspends Drabinsky, Gottlieb

    Early this week, Livent's high-profile founder Garth Drabinsky was suspended along with former President Myron Gottlieb following the discovery of accounting irregularities during an internal accounting review at the company. No charges have been

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    Actors' Fund Seminars Tackle Insurance, Financial and Estate Planning in Nov.,Dec.

    Actors' Fund, the only national social services organization that serves the entire entertainment profession, will present three new seminars in November and December. Insurance, financial planning and estate planning will be the topics at the three discussions, each of which will feature two panels, one for planning basics, and another ...

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    Shelley Straight Up - New Frankenstein Musical at ICT avoids camp in favor of character.

    While the campy Rocky Horror Show continues its West Hollywood revival at the Tiffany Theatre, a quite different musical incarnation of Frankenstein‹truer in spirit to the classic Mary Shelley novel‹premieres at the Center Theatre in Long Beach. (See review in this

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    STAGE AND SCREEN

    Break Down and Build Up - Performers who've found success often find self-doubt, addiction, and the need to give something back as