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    Ethnic 'Report Card' Faults Networks

    (BPI) The four major TV networks have made "some progress" during the past year toward increasing the number of black actors, writers, directors and executives they employ, but the networks received failing and near-failing grades for their continued underemployment of other ethnic minorities, according to a "report card" issued Tuesday ...

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    Singers, ca musical theatre

    2/21 at 10AM and 2PM at Chelsea Studios, 151 W. 26 St., 6th fl., NYC.

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    Court Ends FCC's Minority Hiring Regulations

    On the day after the Martin Luther King holiday, a federal court here freed broadcasters from the FCC's equal-employment rules, finding that they are "race-based" regulations and hence unconstitutional.

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    lA Brilliant Berkshire Summer...

    lA Brilliant Berkshire Summer...

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    Acting Program for Students

    A Teen Winter Acting Program will be presented by the Susan Grace Cohen Studio for 10 Saturdays beginning Jan. 20. Both beginners and college-bound students will study improvisation, scene study, monologues, cold readings, and movement; in addition, the program will introduce the young people to the marketplace and prepare them ...

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    Independent 35mm film

    Casting for independent color 35mm film, "Spirit of the Fourth." Shooting July 2001. Location: New England University campus, 1976. Possible pay, plus meals, credit, and videocopy provided. Seeking actors in their early 20s—Nikki: female, attractive, Whoopi Goldberg-type; Peg: female, WASP, blonde/blue, highly contagious laugh; Keith: male, hot and ...

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    Dayton Contemporary Dance at the Joyce

    Dayton Contemporary Dance at the Joyce

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    "ourselves alone," eq. showcase

    11/19 from 11AM-4PM at Eighth Ave. Studios, 939 Eighth Ave., NYC.

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    "bear in the big blue house live"

    2/13 at 10AM at New Dance Group Studio, 254 W. 47 St., NYC.

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    Actors Ordered Back to Work

    The joint boards of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists this week issued a "back to work" order for members, allowing them for the first time in six months to audition and shoot commercials.