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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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    dancers, b'way "42nd st."

    11/9 & 11/15 at 10AM at New 42nd St. Studios, 229 W. 42 St., 3rd fl., NYC.

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    african-american performers

    American Family Theatre is seeking African-American singer-actors who move well for a tour of a black history show. Rehearsals begin early Jan.; tour ends late Feb. Salary, plus per diem and all housing and transportation provided. Accepting submissions by mail only at this time. Send pix & resumes to American Theater ...

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    "much ado" & "Wit," mill mt.

    Mill Mountain Theatre in Roanoke, VA is casting for Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing," directed by Doug Zschiegner, contract Mar. 6-Apr. 8, and "Wit" by Margaret Edison, directed by producing artistic director, Jere Hodgin, contract Jan. 30-Mar. 4. All roles currently open. Actively seeking ethnic minorities. Actors may be ...

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    BTN's P-P-V J&H

    Dr. Jekyll can Hyde, but he can run no longer.

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    NYC Ballet's "Polyphonia"

    Former soloist with New York City Ballet, Christopher Wheeldon retired from dancing with the company last spring. He has since been selected by NYCB as first choreographic artist-in-residence. The appointment was certainly justified by his "Polyphonia," which premiered on Jan. 4 at the New York State Theater, as well as ...

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    Bush to Sweep NLRB, Choosing All Five Seats

    Liberal leaders—including those in labor unions—expressed concern during the recent presidential election that, if George W. Bush won, he could appoint as many as three conservatives to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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    tours, "cinderella," "pocahontas"

    Sail Productions, Inc. is casting for non-Equity tours of its musical productions of "Cinderella" and "Pocahontas." For "Cinderella," seeking—Prince: baritone/tenor, very charismatic; King: tenor, character actor, baritone/tenor. Some female roles also available. For "Pocahontas," seeking—John Smith: baritone/tenor, leading man-type; Miramanee: female soprano, also understudy for ...