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    Laughing Matters - Pheromones, Teacups, and Grass

    A COUPLE WEEKS BACK I saw two shows at Caroline's that deserve some ink. First up was Sidney Myer's salute to Gay Pride Month with a top-notch line-up. If you've never seen Sidney sing "Pheromones," you're missing a treat. He's a gracious emcee,

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    COMBINED AUDITIONS: TAKING STOCK - Preparing for the Audition

    You've heard the old saw about the three things to consider when you're buying real estate: "location, location, location." Well, we would suggest that when preparing for combined auditions you consider "selection, selection, selection." The monologues and/or songs that you choose for one of these audition marathon ...

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    CORRECTION

    Last week's notice for Daddy's Little Angel omitted the fact that the company handling the audition was Casting Etcetera, an agency charging actors a fee to audition. Back Stage West/Drama-Logue does not accept any notices for which there are any dues or fees to be cast. Legitimate ...

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    Guide Offered To Aid Groups With Y2K Bug

    Americans for the Arts is offering arts groups a detailed guide on how organizations can work to become Y2K

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    Breakout Talent - Show People

    "It's the only thing I'm good at," claimed Freddie Prinze Jr. of his choice to pursue acting. "I wasn't a big jock in high school, and acting was something that I was a lot better at. I realized, 'Hey, I'm kind of good at this. I ...

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    Actors Connection Features Agents

    Actors Connection will host two February events featuring

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    THEME PARK ATTRACTION

    The appeal of theme park work includes a steady paycheck, a fun environment, and production where no expense is

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    Spring Promises a Blossoming Second Half to Broadway Season

    Can the second half of the Broadway season match an unusually busy fall? The answer is a resounding "Yes!" if a plethora of producers with plenty of projects have anything to say about

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    "Woolf' Nets HB $300,000

    A one-time staged reading of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" Sunday night, at the Majestic Theatre, took in some $300,000 for the HB Playwrights Foundation and Theatre. The play reading, starring Uta Hagen, Jonathan Pryce, Mia Farrow, and Matthew Broderick, and directed by William Carden ...