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    Coyote Dancers Stress the Spiritual

    Coyote Dancers Stress the Spiritual

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    m/f dancers

    Seeking male/female dancers for interactive and theatrical entertainment. Must be responsible with great personality, and must be available to work New Years Eve. Flexible and light hours/some travel. Fax or mail pix & resumes to Le Masquerade Entertainment Group, 192 Miller Pl., Hicksville, NY 11801; fax (516) 939-2508. Pay involved.

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    Tuner Salad

    The characters played by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, and the rest of the gang in those old MGM movie musicals had it easy. They'd sit around glumly trying to figure out how to raise a few bucks to save the orphanage, and someone would cry, "Hey, kids, let's ...

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    NYC Ballet's Balanchine and Robbins

    New York City Ballet opened its winter season on Jan. 2 with Balanchine's "Scotch Symphony" and "Square Dance," as well as Jerome Robbins' "The Four Seasons."

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    Tony Awards Consider New Helmer

    Running the Tony Awards is, according to current wisdom, more difficult than winning one.

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    Arts Grants Awarded

    The Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts announced awards Dec. 4 totaling nearly $400,000, including grants of $25,000 each to 11 artists, and $59,500 awarded and distributed to 30 arts organizations.

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    A Sad Rift at the Folksbiene

    The new guard usurping power from the old is, well, the way of the world; indeed, it's to be expected, however painful, some might argue. Whether the new order is an improvement or, in fact, worse than its predecessor—and that depends on viewpoint—feelings may get hurt.

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    Directors Guild Gives $15K to Columbia U

    For the second consecutive year, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) has given a New York area film school a $15,000 grant for its training programs. Columbia University, in recognition of a film program that boasts Milos Forman ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"), Kimberly Peirce ("Boys Don ...

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    Trust

    Reviewed by Leonard Jacobs

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    DGA, AICP Spot Pact in Helmers' Court

    The Directors Guild of America and the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) have reached a tentative agreement for a new national commercial contract.