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    Manager Bill Loses License In California

    LOS ANGELES-Hollywood's personal managers are off the legislative

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    Obituaries

    W. Benson Terry, 76, Character

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    Joe Morton: Through Alien Eyes

    An anecdote that Joe Morton related in a recent interview distilled this performer's work philosophy. Said Morton, "When James Cameron asked me why I was so interested in doing Terminator 2, I said because of a joke Richard Pryor had told many years previously. Pryor said, 'Hollywood must believe ...

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    Group Offers Emotional Support For Under-Employed

    "We're seeing increasingly younger actors come here," notes Jerry Fargo who co-conducts semi-annual support groups for actors at Manhattan Plaza. "Because there's less opportunity in the field and so much more energy is required just to survive‹now you can't live anywhere cheaply in New York‹young ...

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    CHICAGO CUES

    Song for the

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    UNTITLED INTERNET

    Kelly Cortes (dir.) is accepting submissions for an untitled educational Internet project. Shoot starts Mar. 15. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Karen Kondazian's The Actor's Way - Good Will Out

    "Boogie Nights" casting director Christine Sheaks doesn't want to see the acting, but she likes to know about the

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    SSDC, U/RTA, Agree On New Contract

    The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers (SSDC) and the University/Resident Theatre Association (U/RTA) have created a new contract which will better enable SSDC members to work in educational

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    RADIO GALS

    Truly satisfying silliness abounds in all departments, in Taproot Theatre's Seattle premiere production of Radio Gals, a show that has as much fun with '20s music and Midwestern folksiness as Nunsense had with nuns, yet in a more affectionate and less calculated way. Mike Craver and Mark Hardwick's ...