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    Chi's Light Opera Works Names Lara Teeter A.D.

    CHICAGO-Veteran performer, director, and choreographer Lara Teeter has been appointed artistic director of Light Opera Works (LOW), the Evanston, Ill. company celebrating its 20th anniversary next year.

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    Our Nov. 2 winner: We asked readers to connect Dan

    Our Nov. 2 winner: We asked readers to connect Danny Elfman to Robert De Niro and got busted by past winner Jenny Brenton of Colorado who noted that Danny Elfman did the score for the De Niro starrer Midnight Run. Who knew? Apparently, not us. Thanks, Jenny.

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    Actors' Fund Workers Honored

    Two employees of the Actors' Fund of America are being honored for excellence in the field of social

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    SAG: Rudy's A "Philistine;' Bush Backs Him

    You knew they'd make a federal case out of it. The Brooklyn Museum of Art "dung fu" battle with New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani didn't take long to move beyond local

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    WGA East Meets West in Peace

    After months of intense feuding, leaders of the WGA East and the WGA West have agreed "in principle" to resolve their differences and to come to terms on a new contract with film and TV

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    Playwright Mac Wellman Hosts BAMdialogues

    Playwright Mac Wellman will host a dialogue with Romanian playwright Oana Hock Cajal and writer-dramaturge Shawn-Marie Garrett, on Mon., Jan. 11 at The Brooklyn Academy of Music, 30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, NY. Cajal's autobiographical drama, "The Almond Seller," was nominated for 1998 best play of the year in her ...

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    Bah, Hedwig!

    It's Hedwig by an inch in a month full of holiday cash cows and big-time disappointments. Seattle theatre is always at its most insanely busy, if not its most artistically stimulating, in the pre-Christmas weeks, and this year has been no exception. Though a fair parcel of the shows ...

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