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    DCA Will See Full Funds

    New York City's arts organizations reportedly will soon begin to receive their full funding from the Department of Cultural Affairs

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    Ex-Samuel French Employee Charged With Larceny

    A former clerk of the venerable play publisher Samuel French, Inc., has been charged by the Manhattan District Attorney's office with grand larceny, forgery, and criminal possession of a forged

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    ACTOR'S TAXES: Before the Ax Falls... If you can't get your taxes done on time, don't panic. There are always options.

    There's less than a week to go before the end of the tax season. If you haven't filed yet, don't put it off until the last day. More mistakes are made in the last few days than at any other time. Even professionals can make errors on ...

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    Cabaret Panel Airs Friday

    Metro Channels cable will air last month's Back Stage panel discussion, "Success Stories: Cabaret Artists Talk on How They Got Where They Are," on Fri., April 21 at 1:00 pm. The program will be shown on Channel 70 in New York City and Channel 16 outside New York ...

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    TALENT BEAT

    Michael Ovitz, once powerful agent to the stars and co-founder of Creative Artists Agency, has established Artists Management Group, according to the Los Angeles Times (12/11/98). Other Hollywood talent agents setting up shop as managers include Marty Bauer, co-founder of United Talent Agency, Emily Gerson Saines and Brian ...

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    DAVID'S BROOD: Director David Cronenberg sees things in actors they've never shown before.

    While Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg is reluctant to give a label to the kind of actors he prefers to work with, he acknowledges that there is common bond shared by most of the performers he seeks out for his

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    CASTINGSINGERSTENORS FOR LA SCALA

    6/6 from 12-4PM at Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, 161 W. 56 St.,

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    B'way Dark New Year's Eve

    While greater Times Square teems with an estimated one to two million outdoor revelers the evening of Dec. 31, they will find precious little to do indoors in the area should the weather turn cold or they just tire of waiting for the 2000 ball to

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    Torch Awards To Stapleton, Mann

    Actress Jean Stapleton and director-teacher Theodore Mann led the honorees of the 11th annual Torch of Hope Awards, presented by the Barbara Barondess Theatre Lab on Mon., Nov. 18 at Sardi's. Awards also went to playwright Alyss Henderson and musical comedy star