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    Union Vet Jordan Derwin Dies at 68

    Jordan Derwin, actor, union activist, and former Screen Actors Guild/New York board member recently honored for his more than 20 years of service to the guild, died January 10, at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx, at age 68. The New York native had been struggling with cancer for the ...

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    ACTOR'S ACTORAlan Arkin

    All the DifferenceAlan Arkin is a man who refuses to compromise, whether it's in his career choices or in his daily performance choices as an actor. Trained in the theatre, Arkin was in the original company of Chicago's improvisational revue, Second City, an experience which led to his ...

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    Miami Theatres Surviving Despite Budget Catastrophe

    A $68 million shortfall has plunged Miami into a junk-bond credit status on Wall Street, and forced a referendum which could abolish the city's charter. But the theatre community seems to be holding its own due to its close relationship with Dade

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    "SELENA: A CELEBRATION OF LIFE"

    Rosalinda Morales (cstg. dir.) will hold auditions for Selena: A Celebration of Life, a musical celebration chronicling the life of Selena while paying homage to the vibrant young artist who was an inspiration to her generation. Exec. Prod. Tom Quinn, dir. Daniel Valdez. Rehearsals start Feb. 20. Performances start Mar ...

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    ¥ ACME Schmacme, presented by and at the ACME Comedy Theatre, 135 N. La Brea Ave., Hollywood. Through July 25. (213)

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    Masur Allies Label Ballot Miscount a Blunder

    Supporters of Screen Actors Guild president Richard Masur have posted a new theory on their Website that purports to explain last year's controversial miscounting of ballots in SAG's National Executive Committee election. According to this theory, the miscount was the result of human error, not fraud. It holds ...