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    Equity to Picket 'Music'

    Equity will implement an information picket on the nonunion "The Sound of Music" tour starring Barry Williams (best known as Greg Brady of television's "The Brady Bunch") at Pittsburgh's Benedum Center on Tues., Nov. 21.

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    The 2000 tax filing season is upon us and with it

    The 2000 tax filing season is upon us and with it comes a variety of changes and modifications that affect everyone. As the season rolls on, we will attempt to explain how these changes work and what you can do to pay as little as possible, while preparing your taxes ...

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    fulton, "inherit the wind"

    The Actors' Company of Pennsylvania at the historic Fulton Opera House in Lancaster, PA is casting for its production of "Inherit the Wind." This is a five-week commitment with rehearsals beginning April 3; runs April 26-May 6. Eight Equity contracts available along with several non-Equity roles (some compensated). Eq. LOA ...

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    tours, "cinderella," "pocahontas"

    Sail Productions, Inc. is casting for non-Equity tours of its musical productions of "Cinderella" and "Pocahontas." For "Cinderella," seeking—Prince: baritone/tenor, very charismatic; King: tenor, character actor, baritone/tenor. Some female roles also available. For "Pocahontas," seeking—John Smith: baritone/tenor, leading man-type; Miramanee: female soprano, also understudy for ...

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    native american actor, mi

    Purple Rose Theatre Company in Chelsea, MI, is seeking a Native American male for an upcoming production of Lanford Wilson's new play "Rain Dance." First rehearsal Dec. 4; runs through March 17. Seeking—Tony: Native American who says he looks more Anglo than Indian, 36, once had a very ...

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    a cappella quartet

    Vox Bop, a mixed a cappella quartet featured on national Amazon.com TV ad, NBC's "All Things Considered" and NBC's "The Ainsley Harriott Show" is seeking versatile, low bass and soprano with strong reading skills. Must be excellent musician and be able to sing in a variety of ...

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    SAG, AFTRA Storm Seethes

    The Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists are suddenly experiencing a rift which endangers their 20-year practice of co-negotiating major contracts.

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    Off-Broadway Troupes Change Creative Lineups

    Three Off-Broadway theatres have announced changes in their artistic staffs in recent weeks. Theatre for a New Audience has hired a new executive director; the artistic director of Second Stage will be temporarily replaced; and the Public Theater has changed its working arrangement with the person who has overseen musical ...

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    dancers, b'way "42nd st."

    11/9 & 11/15 at 10AM at New 42nd St. Studios, 229 W. 42 St., 3rd fl., NYC.

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    african-american performers

    American Family Theatre is seeking African-American singer-actors who move well for a tour of a black history show. Rehearsals begin early Jan.; tour ends late Feb. Salary, plus per diem and all housing and transportation provided. Accepting submissions by mail only at this time. Send pix & resumes to American Theater ...