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    Small's Voice Cure for 'Record Syndrome'

    "I don't give exercises. My 15 years of teaching has proved that every song has a dozen exercises," observes Mary Small, the New York actress and voice teacher who tutors actors and singers in musical comedy, cabaret, and how to make a

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    Breakout Talent - Not Obvious

    "He's extremely committed to going all the way with the character, and he's one of those actors who lives the character off the set," said writer/director John Patrick Kelley of Jeremy Davies' impressive work in The Locusts, currently in

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    "THE ADVENTURES OF MISS BB"

    Nucci Solazzo (prod./dir.) will hold auditions for The Adventures of Miss BB, a children's audio book. Records Feb. There is no pay.

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    26th Audelcos Honor Black Theatre

    "The Power to the Word" was the fitting theme for the 26th Annual Vivian Robinson Audelco Awards ceremony which paid tribute to excellence in black theatre and three award-winning playwrights at the Marian Anderson Theatre in City College's Aaron Davis Hall on Mon., Nov.

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    Quinn's Office Gears for Rent, Budget Battles

    The battle lines are being set at New York City Hall for two major confrontations: the extension of the city's rent regulations, and approval of the 2001

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    SAG/NY Board Interviews Begin

    Screen Actors Guild members desiring an interview with the SAG nominating committee director for consideration as candidates for the New York board of directors should send a letter listing qualifications to SAG/NY Office Manager Bill Weiner. Write him c/o Screen Actors Guild, 1515 Broadway, 44th Fl., New York ...

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    Correction

    The " 'Rent' Costumer Questions Cross-Marketing Blitz" article (Nov. 15 issue, page 3) failed to give a complete initial attribution to Richard Kornberg, publicist for "Rent," who was indirectly

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    DETROIT - The Fisher Theatre, Detroit's major touring house, has announced its 1998-99 subscription season, anchored by a fall 1999 visit by the tour of Titanic. Only vague dates have been announced for the five shows, each of which will play at one of three spaces: The Fisher itself, the ...

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    1998 starts with two major musical openings. Multiple-Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Paul Simon makes his Broadway debut with the much-heralded The Capeman. Based on a screaming-headline incident in 1959 when a Puerto Rican youth named Salvador Agron

    The buzz on Ragtime is that the LIVENT-produced show is as energetic and bouncy as one of Scott Joplin's tunes. Based on E.L. Doctorow's best-selling novel, the musical follows three families in turn-of-the-century America whose lives are intertwined with historical events and legendary such figures as Henry ...

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    An Aural Account of the Voice-Over Business

    Commercial actors certainly have demanding parts to play. They need to establish their characters sometimes in 30 seconds or less. Call these actors commercially