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    2000 Artios Awarded in New York

    On Thurs., Nov. 9, The Casting Society of America honored its own in New York during the East Coast ceremony of the 2000 Artios Awards. Already presented to its West Coast recipients on Wed., Nov. 1 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Century City, CA, the awards honor the achievements ...

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    Soul-Searching the Jewish Theatre

    What is taboo in Jewish theatre? Which plays are not "kosher"? Should Jews be portrayed on stage as less than righteous?

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    Spot-Pact Talks Ignore Inflation

    Union and ad-industry negotiators on Wednesday were scheduled to resume talks on the embattled commercials contract. And now, amid financial figures proposed in the spring, comes this question: How well do both sides' wage-increase offers stand up under current reports of inflation eating away at salaries?

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    A.R.T./NY Awards 2000 Quinn Fund Grants

    The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./NY) awarded $42,000 in Nancy Quinn Fund grants to 40 theatres this month, bringing the cumulative total of those grants to $356,592 since 1993.

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    interactive production

    Seeking all types for interactive comedy. Darla Productions, prod'r; Paul Franklin, dir. Rehearsals and performances in the near future in the NY metro area. Comedic and improvisation skills a must. Singing and dancing and other quirky/weird talents a plus. Send pix & resumes by Nov. 15 to Artists Agency ...

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    Married to the Muse: Career Couples Share A Life in the Theatre

    If Shakespeare was right and "All the world's a stage," perhaps that explains the fascination people have always had with couples in the entertainment industry. Newspapers follow the rise and fall of these relationships as closely as they do the rise and fall of the stock market. Plays and ...

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    The Screen Actors Guild has established CastSAG, a

    The Screen Actors Guild has established CastSAG, a password protected online version of a service provided for many years to producers and casting directors known as Actors to Locate.

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    ASCAP Foundation Supports Musical Theatre in Two Ways

    It must be obvious to just about everyone by now that the East Coast is not the only place where successful musicals are built, which explains why the ASCAP Foundation and the Disney entertainment juggernaut underwrite musical theatre workshops in the Los Angeles area. Applications are currently being accepted for ...

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    BC/EFA Helps Make HIV Struggle Bearable

    Here are the bear facts: Every year Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS holds an annual event called "Broadway Bears," which should not be confused with another of the organization's annual events, "Broadway Bares." The difference is that the latter involves removing clothing to wild applause; the former (scheduled for ...

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    Repertorio Español, INTAR Seek Latino-Themed Plays

    Dramatists who have something to say about the experiences of Hispanics, grab your pens or switch on your word processors. Your talents are needed and wanted. Both Repertorio Español and INTAR, International Arts Relations, Inc., want to find and nurture writing talent; INTAR is also looking for directors and designers ...