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    agma, "pirates..."

    2/12 from 10AM-1PM and 2-6PM at New Dance Group, 254 W. 47 St., NYC.

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    Unions Address Diversity, DisabilitiesRing Lardner Jr., 85, Screenwriter Ruth Mitchell, 81, Producer Stephanie Lawrence, 50, Actress

    Tony Award-winning actor Brian Stokes Mitchell, starring in "Kiss Me, Kate" on Broadway until January, will deliver the keynote address at a two-hour Actors' Equity-sponsored forum on Diversity in Casting Tues., Nov. 14, beginning at 5 pm.

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    Agents, Managers, CDs Go On Stage in 'Labors of Love'

    It's a dream come true for any actor who has felt the sting of a dismissive "Thank you, we'll let you know" after auditioning: an opportunity to see exactly how well casting directors and agents measure up as performers.

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    "laura nyro project," mus'l

    2/13 from 1-4PM at Musical Theatre Works, 440 Lafayette St., Studio 3E and 3F, NYC.

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    "the fox," nyc

    Seeking two male and one female actors, late 20s to early 30s, for an eight-performance showcase production of a new play at the HERE Arts Center in NYC in mid-January. Must be British or have complete command of the English accent. Must be available for rehearsal from mid-December with short ...

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    Equity, Disney Agree to Pact

    Actors' Equity Association and Walt Disney World in Orlando have agreed to a new four-year contract covering theatrical performers.

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    males, "boheme" & "cosi"

    New York Opera Productions, a division of Naomi Music Productions is casting all male roles for Puccini's "La Boheme" and Mozart's "Cosi fan Tutte" (English concert version). Auditions will be held Fri. Feb. 16 in NYC. Pay is $220 per performance. Call (718) 884-5595 to schedule an audition ...

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    Notes From an Americana Buff: In Praise of Tacky Excess

    Let's face it, in the year 2000 (the dawn of 2001, to be precise) you need a sensibility devoid of irony to do the following: use dwarves as diminutive snowmen, or present 31 actors in bear costumes dancing on point to Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite."

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    Equity, League Debate Schedules, Raked Stages

    Both sides' stands on two major issues within Actors' Equity Association's lucrative production contract have become clearer, a result of Equity's reports to members on negotiations with the League of American Theaters and Producers.

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    Werner Klemperer Dead at 80

    Actor Werner Klemperer, best known for his colorful portrayal of Colonel Klink on the hit 1960s television series "Hogan's Heroes," died on Wed., Dec. 6 at his home in New York City. He was 80. The cause of death was cancer.