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    Strong Leaves Edinburgh's Fringe Fest

    In the wake of controversy, Hilary Strong is leaving her post after five years as director of the Edinburgh Fringe

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    Contemporary

    It's a mind-boggling mystery-why and how some dancers are able to work consistently in the under-funded, under-appreciated field of contemporary dance. Most auditioning wannabes never crack the code and soon give up, convinced of the impossibility of achieving success in a field where employment is scarce, financial rewards are ...

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    NAACP's Daytime Drama TV Diversity Hearing Spotlights Exec Revolts, Lawsuit Threats

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-The NAACP's hearing on diversity in television Monday had all the intrigue of a primetime melodrama: a revolt by high-ranking network executives, a hero in the guise of the one network president who did show, passionate testimony from minorities on discrimination in Hollywood-all set against the tense ...

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    Actors Studio M.F.A. Program Presents Second Repertory Season

    The Actors Studio M.F.A. program at the New School's School of Dramatic Arts will launch its second repertory season of thesis productions by the 56 actors, directors, and playwrights who will graduate this May. Performances, which are free to the public, will take place at the Circle ...

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    "...SKETCH SHOW"

    Chris Berube (dir.) is accepting submissions for Yet Another Orange County Sketch Show. Rehearsals start Feb. 9. Performances run May 12-June 2 at the Second Stage. There is no pay.

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    The SAG "Actor" awards will be held Mar. 11 at the

    The SAG "Actor" awards will be held Mar. 11 at the Shrine Auditorium and broadcast live on TNT.

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    "IMPOSTERS"

    Scott Cushing (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Imposters, a digital improv-style pilot for cable. Weekend shoot starts late Mar. Copy and credit provided. There is possible pay.

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    29 VIEWS OF HWANG CHIN-I

    A mélange of poetry, music, dance, and folklore, playwright/director Stephen Legawiec's portrait of the 16th-century Korean poet and courtesan Hwang Chin-i gracefully translates her life into a series of brief, striking snippets, or views—a work that calls to mind Wallace Stevens' similarly crafted poem, "Thirteen Ways of ...

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    Hopes and Happenings in Brooklyn Long Live the Kings! and BAM Revamps: Happenings in Brooklyn

    The block of 42nd Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues is not the only place in New York City where dilapidated theatres deserve renovation--and Bruce Paul Friedman wants the public, the city, and developers everywhere to know