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    92nd St. Y Offers Professional Discount to 'Broadway Talks'

    Putting together a stage show for a New York audience must be a wonderful, exhilarating experience, right? But if that's the case, why is it so often described as a horrible torture? Panels of theatre professionals will attempt to answer that question this spring in a new series at ...

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    comedy contest

    Stand-Up New York is holding a variety of comedy contests: funniest lawyer, doctor, teacher, gay & lesbian, etc. Top prize includes paid booking at Stand-Up New York. For contest information, call Bob Anzell at (212) 877-4766.

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    "the claddagh story"

    Casting for independent feature film shooting on digital video in Nov., "The Claddagh Story." No pay, but meals and videocopy provided. Seeking—Old Irish Storyteller: 65-plus, accent a must, eccentricity a plus; Boy; six to eight, bright eyes. No experience necessary. Send pix & resumes ASAP to Caitlin Doyle, Box 0041 ...

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    Dramatist Tuan Gets Downtown Arts Projects Theatre Award

    Playwright Alice Tuan, dancer William Shannon, film artist Marco Brambilla, and five other emerging creative artists won the first Colbert Awards for Excellence at a gala benefit Mon., Nov. 13. The awards were created this year to identify and support promising early career artists who have been active in the ...

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    Raising Standards

    To compensate for inflation, the standard deduction for 2000 has been increased. On your 2000 return, you are allowed a standard deduction, which may be claimed regardless of your actual expenses. This deduction is fixed by law according to your filing status and age.

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    "Passion play"

    2/8 and 2/9 from 9:30AM-5:30PM at AEA Audition Center, 165 W. 46 St., 2nd fl., NYC.

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    tsi/playtime, "mocha latte or..."

    TSI is interviewing directors for an award-winning one-act by Bobby Fishkin, "Mocha Latte or Cookie Dough." Producer states: "Inside a world of avant-garde tinkering with theatrical conventions that pits stagehand against actors and audience, is a comic and hip exploration of the role of superficiality in our lives." Send resumes ...

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    SAG Storm Over Business Reps

    The Screen Actors Guild's business representatives in Los Angeles, complaining of hostile supervision and skimpy paychecks, reportedly are looking to organize through the Teamsters.

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    Spooky Dog

    Reviewed by Leonard Jacobs

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    Hewes Design Winners Announced

    The expression "The award-winning 'Squonk'..." may well sound unlikely to anyone who read the reviews of that show's ill-fated Broadway bow last season, but it is now an accurate phrase. On Mon., Sept. 11, "Squonk" received a Hewes Award for excellence in theatrical design, beating out a half-dozen other ...