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    SPOTLIGHT ON SUMMER TRAINING 2000: Intern and Apprenticeships - Taking Stock

    You don't have to be Monica Lewinsky to parlay an intern job into international fame. And, fortunately, you don't have to do what she did to become well-known. Theatres across America have for years provided basic training to thousands of young (and not-so-young) hopefuls, many of whom have ...

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    BISTRO BITS

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    Mid-Coast CUES - Buck Stops Here

    Valerie Harper's extensive training in dance and in the theatre game techniques of Viola Spolin/Paul Sills is apparent in the supple "plastique" she brings to The Dragon and the Pearl, Marty Martin's biographical play about Pearl S. Buck. In the one-woman show on the mainstage of the ...

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    Playwriting Is Kids' Stuff

    This time of year means one very special thing to many schoolkids-graduation-but some lucky students have something even more exciting to anticipate. It is the season when young playwrights will be honored for their

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    Broadway Box Office Blasts Off After Tonys

    This year's Tony Award telecast may have scored lower on the Neilsen TV ratings than last year's, but the broadcast seems to have had an effect. Grosses rose for 27 shows on Broadway in the week ending June 11, and remained virtually flat for three other productions. Only ...

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    Drama Desk Offers Free Panel on "Revisals'

    The Drama Desk will host a panel on reworking old shows. Titled "I've Heard That Song Before: Revivals, Revisals & Revusicals," the event will be held on Thursday, June 8, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm at New Dramatists, 424 W. 44

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    "FIDDLER ON THE ROOF," WI

    2/17 from 10AM-4PM at Nola Rehearsal Studios, 250 W. 54 St.,