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    AT&T:OnStage Grants Bestowed

    Grants for the production of six new plays and one musical have been made through AT&T:OnStage, the AT&T company's nonprofit theatre sponsorship program. U.S. recipients of the 1997 grants, which total nearly $500,000, are as

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    British Equity Supports SAG/AFTRA

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    Back Stage's 4th Annual Actorfest Set for Nov. 2 At Marriott Marquis

    Actorfest will also feature a trade exhibition hall, giving performers the opportunity to meet more than 90 exhibitors offering information on their classes and services ranging from acting schools to tax consultants to health services--everything an actor would

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    Jerome Grants Honor NY

    The Jerome Foundation, a Minnesota-based philanthropic organization, announced 31 grants to theatre and dance groups. The grants totaled over $540,000, and were distributed to companies in Minnesota and New

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    TDF Presents Sharaff Awards

    Theatre Development Fund (TDF) will present its 1999 TDF Irene Sharaff Awards for excellence in costume design to Willa Kim, Suzy Benzinger, and Ray Diffen at the Marriott Marquis Hotel on Tues., March 2, at 6

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    SAG to Honor Veteran Actor Kim Chan

    Screen Actors Guild/New York is honoring veteran character actor Kim Chan as a pioneer and mentor in the entertainment industry at the First Annual Asian Pacific Islander Event, recognizing performers of Asian heritage.

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    DANCE DIARY - The Versatile Pacific Northwest Ballet

    Kent Stowell and Francia Russell, the husband-and-wife team who share artistic direction of Pacific Northwest Ballet, were recently recognized with a 1996 Dance Magazine Award for their contribution to the art. If the program we saw at City Center recently was any criterion, the two are more than worthy of ...

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    Equity, RMTA Make a Deal

    Equity has carved out a new three-year deal with the Resident Musical Theatre Association (RMTA), taking the two groups to the brink of the new millennium. The agreement covers union members at Sacramento Music Theatre and Pittsburgh Civic Light