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    abingdon theatre company

    11/16 and 11/17 from 10AM-1, 2-4:30PM at Abingdon Theatre, 432 W. 42 St., 4th fl., NYC.

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    SAG's Daniels on the Strike Back to Table, New Proposals

    ew proposals to present to them, and hopefully, they can see some way of accommodating our position, a little give and take.

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    Before the walkout would end, union leaders would

    Before the walkout would end, union leaders would realize that the ad industry was attempting to break their organizations. It would require not only great membership resolve to buck the major corporations, but the unions melding efforts with the AFL-CIO, Actors' Equity Association, and other unions nationwide, as well as ...

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    wildlife thr., central park zoo

    Wildlife Theater at the Central Park Zoo is casting for its 2001 season. Rehearsals begin March 15; season runs through Labor Day. Seeking an ethnically diverse company who can commit to three-to-five days per week of rehearsals and performances. Requirements: love of children, animals, and the environment, must be a ...

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    Under the leadership of new artistic director Marc

    Under the leadership of new artistic director Marc Masterson, the Actor's Theatre of Louisville recently announced its lineup for the 25th Humana Festival of New American Plays, running Feb. 27 through Apr. 7.

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    Off-Broadway Troupes Change Creative Lineups

    Three Off-Broadway theatres have announced changes in their artistic staffs in recent weeks. Theatre for a New Audience has hired a new executive director; the artistic director of Second Stage will be temporarily replaced; and the Public Theater has changed its working arrangement with the person who has overseen musical ...

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    Actorfest Career Conference is Upon Us!

    It's still not too late to sign up for Actorfest, that unique one-day conference, where you can learn about the business of show business. Sponsored annually by Back Stage, Actorfest offers a series of informative career seminars that help you negotiate the pitfalls of a life in the theatre ...

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    Chinese Dramatist Wins Nobel Literature Prize

    In the first 98 years after the prestigious Nobel Prize for literature was established, the honor was rarely given to playwrights, and never to a Chinese writer. This year's recipient, Gao Xingjian (also spelled Xingjiang; pronounced "Gow Seen-gen"), is both.

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    The Komen New York Race for the Cure, an affiliate

    The Komen New York Race for the Cure, an affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, will present its tenth annual race—a 3.1 mile run/walk—in Central Park on Sun., Sept. 17 at 9:00 am. With over 30,000 runners expected, it will have ...

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    spring theatreworks

    Spring Theatreworks, currently a company of 18 members, is interviewing actors for additional company membership (no fee). Seeking culturally diverse, well-trained, experienced artists interested in participating in all aspects of production onstage and off. Jeffrey Horne, artistic dir. Send pix & resumes by Feb. 16 to 698 Amsterdam Ave., #4W, NYC ...