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    A&BC, NYSCA Millenium Awards to Recognize Arts.Business Relationship

    The Arts & Business Council has received $80,000 from the New York State Council on the Arts to develop and administer the Millenium Arts and Business Partnership Awards. The awards will recognize excellence in partnerships between arts organizations and businesses.

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    BIT PARTS

    One Night

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    CENTERSTAGE: The Philadelphia Story

    Three weeks ago, if someone mentioned Philadelphia to me, I'd automatically think: Liberty Bell, Declaration of Independence, and Dick Clark and "American

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    A Community Carol

    Who are the people of Cornerstone Theater Company and what do they do? Among other things, they are artists who never stop asking those questions, even after 15 years of making theatre all across the United States, nine of them spent putting down institutional roots in Los Angeles. Amid the ...

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    SHAKSPEARE FEST.

    The Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival will hold an Equity and non-Equity open call for its 2001Spring season. Season to include: Romeo and Juliet and As You Like It. Performances run Feb. 20-May 12. Travel and lodging provided. There is pay for non-Equity performers.

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    Lortel Off-B'way Awards Scheduled for May 3

    The League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers will present the 14th annual Lucille Lortel Awards for Outstanding Achievement Off-Broadway, at 7 pm, on Mon., May 3, at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, in Greenwich Village, NYC.

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    Clinton Veto Threat Will Aid NEA

    An arts advocacy stalwart has predicted that President Clinton's veto threat will help the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) not only survive, but maintain its present funding

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    Obituaries

    Robert Nachtmann,

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    New "State Fair" Equity Contract Drops Pay 50-75%

    Actors' Equity Association has specified a heavily reduced pay scale for the "potentially groundbreaking special agreement"--including wages, health and pension contributions--for "State Fair" 's controversial national