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    Brooke Berman Wins Primus Prize Again

    Playwright Brooke Berman is the winner of the Francesca Primus Playwriting Award for the second time in three years. This time around, she won it for "Playing House," a bittersweet piece about the emotionally disenfranchised generation searching for values and relationships in all the wrong

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    ACTORS' TAXES - All Earnings Are Taxable

    One day last season, we prepared the return of an actor and, after recording his W-2s, we asked if there was any other income. He replied that he had earned about $10,000 doing print work, but had been told "it was not taxable." This actor is an extremely bright ...

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    ACTORS' TAXES: The End Is Near Tax time approaches, but don't panic just yet.

    So, you've been procrastinating for a couple of months and suddenly you've got a gig in the Mojave Desert and you realize it's going to be pretty hard putting together your deductions sitting on a set for 16 hours a day in the middle of a sandstorm ...

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    SFX Extends Its Reach: Sillerman Resurfaces in New Corporate Entertainment Web Venture

    The SFX Entertainment division eSuperstars has joined with aBid4Charity to launch a website "marketplace for B2b (business-to-business) corporate entertainment." The site, which is slated to be up sometime in April, will offer what SFX terms "a one-stop shop destination" for "all of the sports and entertainment needs for businesses, charities ...

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    ACTORS WE LOVE - Jerry Orbach: Unappreciated Depth

    A middle-aged couple summoned to New York by the police break down upon learning that one of their daughters has been murdered and the other is missing. Though he has no lines in the rest of the scene, Jerry Orbach creates an affecting moment simply by closing his eyes and ...

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    PKTS: Tix Sellers Union Pickets Visitor Center

    Look for a decision as early as next week from the American Arbitration Association on the dispute between the League of American Theatres and Producers, and Local 751, the Treasurers and Ticket Sellers Union, over the new Times Square Visitors Center.

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    Republican Lazio Stepping Up To Aid the NEA

    While the Republican leadership in the House of Representatives has marked this year as a swan song for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), a moderate New York Republican Congressman appears to be increasing his efforts to protect the

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    Bit Parts - Bear-ing It All

    Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS--the folks who bring you the scantily clad performances of "Broadway Bares"--now offers a sequel sort of: "Broadway Bears." But rather than humans barely clothed, you'll see a stunning collection of 41 one-of-a-kind theatrically threaded