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    comedy cellar, new talent

    The Comedy Cellar has added a Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evening performance to showcase and evaluate new talent. Industry will be invited and club representatives will be observing. Comedians are given a seven-minute spot. For information, call Greg Gilderman at (212) 769-8185. Performers are required to being at least three ...

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    Surfing the Clubs

    Surfing the Clubs

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    "the chosen," fla. stu. thr.

    2/8 from 12noon-2PM at Eighth Ave. Studios, 939 Eighth Ave., 3rd fl., NYC.

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    "The seagull," gallery players

    2/11 and 2/12 from 7-10PM at The Gallery Players, 199 14th St., Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY.

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    va, "grand night for singing"

    Virginia Musical Theatre is holding auditions for its production of "A Grand Night For Singing." Seeking: leading man, baritone; leading lady, soprano; comic ingenue, second soprano; comic juvenile, tenor; soubrette, alto, dancer. Commitment March 12-April 8 in Virginia Beach, VA. New York auditions will be held in mid-February. Send pix ...

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    SAG, Agents Spend a Week Talking Cash

    It's proved a tricky year for the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and Association of Talent Agents (ATA), who last week renewed talks on a new franchise agreement. The two sides were still bargaining at press time Tuesday.

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    A Community of Risk Takers

    New York City has carved a niche as a filmmaking center. And it's not just a "Hollywood East," though major studios often shoot in the Big Apple.

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    NEA and TCG Support a Dozen Legit Newcomers

    Fully half of the 12 recipients of this year's National Endowment for the Arts/Theatre Communications Guild (NEA/TCG) Career Development Programs for Directors and Designers are from the New York City area, the organizations announced in September.

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    Creative fundraising will be the name of the game

    Creative fundraising will be the name of the game at "Nocturnal Commissions," a play auction to benefit New Dramatists. Playwrights will be both on hand and online (by phone, fax, and e-mail) to create new works on the spot for the highest bidders.

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    Young Playwrights Return to Off-Broadway

    Theatregoers who pride themselves on finding fresh talent and The Next Big Thing have had to wait three years to see a new crop of plays from Young Playwrights Inc. (YPI), but their wait is over. YPI is opening a festival of four short plays by young authors—its first ...