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    "Residencies allow me opportunities to work out ch

    "Residencies allow me opportunities to work out choreographic ideas."

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    DTH in World Premiere of "Memento Mori"

    Dance Theatre of Harlem opened its 31st season at City Center on Sept. 6 with the world premiere of Augustus van Heerden's "Memento Mori" (translation: "to remember death"). Van Heerden says that he believes death "may not be as dark as we think it is."

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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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    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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    On Dec. 31, Queen Elizabeth II knighted actor Tom

    On Dec. 31, Queen Elizabeth II knighted actor Tom Courtenay and playwright Peter Shaffer, and awarded the Order of the Companion of Honor to actor Paul Scofield. Actor Joss Ackland and producer Bill Kenwright were named Command-ers of the British Empire. Orders of the British Empire went to actors Patrick ...

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    top 40 singers

    Talent scout is seeking singers (Top 40) for possible record deal. Possible pay for upcoming projects. Must be serious. Call Ignasio Ranchik at (888) 889-7906.

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    SAG/NY Sees Board Elections Turn Volatile

    The Screen Actors Guild/New York board elections have heated up as two groups, Save SAG and Clean Slate, have squared off.