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    SAG Life Achievement Award Goes To Ossie, Ruby

    Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee have been selected as the 37th recipients of Screen Actors Guild's highest honor—the Life Achievement Award for career achievement and humanitarian accomplishment.

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    Though the ensemble recognized by SAG includes onl

    Though the ensemble recognized by SAG includes only four people (Jamie Bell, Julie Walters, Gary Lewis, and Jamie Draven), the performing power of these gifted actors more than fills the screen with emotional fervor. The individual relationships and collective interactions illustrate the very human bonds shared by what could be ...

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    Direct From Chekhov to Wasserstein

    Director Jeff Cohen insists there are resonating—indeed, Chekhovian—levels in Wendy Wasserstein's early work, "Isn't It Romantic?" (1983), that have not yet been fully appreciated.

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    crew, psychological thriller

    Independent feature shooting Nov. 27-Dec. 8 in Manhattan (no night scenes) is seeking a film crew. Short day, 7AM-4PM. No pay, but opportunity to learn working with an experienced producer, director, and cinematographer. Seeking: production assistants in all departments (those without experience encouraged to apply); make-up artist; prop person; script ...

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    Famous Female Privates on Parade

    More than 70 notable actresses, authors, musicians, and broadcast journalists will share the stage at Madison Square Garden on Sat., Feb. 10 as part of V-Day 2001, a charity performance centered around Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues."

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    fulton, "inherit the wind"

    The Actors' Company of Pennsylvania at the historic Fulton Opera House in Lancaster, PA is casting for its production of "Inherit the Wind." This is a five-week commitment with rehearsals beginning April 3; runs April 26-May 6. Eight Equity contracts available along with several non-Equity roles (some compensated). Eq. LOA ...

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    Billy Porter: From Little Richard to the Big Screen

    There's nothing particularly broken hearted about the grin on Billy Porter's face, that's just the title of his new film, "The Broken Hearts Club," opening Sept. 29. Charming Billy's now living in Los Angeles, and it's Broadway's loss. He's appeared in "Miss Saigon ...

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    Assuaging SAG, ATA Expands Its Committees

    Evidently in an effort to soothe wounds from the recent breakoff of franchise negotiations with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), the Association of Talent Agents (ATA) has formed three new committees to examine major issues of concern to the guild's members.

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    "The power of his love"

    Casting for the musical "The Power of His Love," an Easter production at the Grand Hotel Theater, Cape May, NJ. Rehearses March 16-25; runs March 26-April 8. All positions paid. Seeking powerful female and male singers, 20-60, who read music or are very experienced, with strong acting. Also seeking talent ...

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    pix, "much ado" & "Wit"

    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 ...