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    "Every performer should have a web page somewhere.

    "Every performer should have a web page somewhere. It doesn't have to be fancy, but it should have your picture and resume on it." – Charles Machalicky, founder ONStage—The Actor's Resource

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    Industry Salute to A Producer at 90

    Industry Salute to A Producer at 90

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    Brit Treasury Lifts Laws, Aids West End

    Theatre producers will be free to approach high earners for investment in shows, according to Treasury proposals to relax legal red tape.

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    On Mon., Oct. 30, Pier 60 (Chelsea Piers, 23 St. a

    On Mon., Oct. 30, Pier 60 (Chelsea Piers, 23 St. and the Hudson River) will play host to a gala benefit for the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation. The black tie event will be a 90th birthday tribute to Cy Feuer, Chairman of the Board of the League of American ...

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    Back Stage at 40

    Dec. 2, 1960: The curtain rises on a brand new publication. Back Stage, with a subtitle under the masthead that reads, A New Complete Service Weekly for the Entertainment Industry, makes its debut on the newsstands. The 16-page trade weekly, selling for 25¢ per copy, is filled with theatre and ...

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    To commemorate the life of Anthony LeGrand, who di

    To commemorate the life of Anthony LeGrand, who died suddenly on Aug. 1 at the age of 47, the Screen Actors Guild has scheduled a public memorial service on Thurs., Oct. 12, at the Directors Guild of America Theatre (110 W. 57 St.). LeGrand had served as SAG/New York ...

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    nyit student film

    11/12 from 1-3PM at New York Spaces, 131 W. 72 St., NYC.

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    human nature productions

    The Actor's Voice Theatre is currently seeking multi-talented, socially motivated, physically adventurous performers of all ethnicities for upcoming projects including the development of a new piece entitled "Screams From Sub-Self Conscious." Send a letter of interest by Feb. 18 to Carrie Tavris, 277 Adelphi St., #4, Brooklyn, NY 11205 ...

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    At the center of the arena is, of course, the poet

    At the center of the arena is, of course, the poetic and punishing Russell Crowe as the general who became a slave... well, you know the rest. But filling the stage of this revenge tragedy is a cast of players most notable for the personae each brought to the project ...

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    2001 Larson Awards Announced

    The Jonathan Larson Performing Arts Foundation recognized eight emerging music theatre authors and two producing organizations with awards and $50,000 in cash grants at a luncheon Thurs., Feb. 8. The foundation, formed to honor the memory of its namesake, the late "Rent" composer-lyricist, provides financial assistance and encouragement to ...