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    Print Work Is Taxable

    One day last season, we prepared the return of an actor and, after recording his W-2's, we asked if there was any other income. He replied he earned about $18,000 doing print work, but had been told, "It's not taxable." This actor is an extremely bright guy ...

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    human nature productions

    The Actor's Voice Theatre is currently seeking multi-talented, socially motivated, physically adventurous performers of all ethnicities for upcoming projects including the development of a new piece entitled "Screams From Sub-Self Conscious." Send a letter of interest by Feb. 18 to Carrie Tavris, 277 Adelphi St., #4, Brooklyn, NY 11205 ...

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    In its fourteenth year, the Kennedy Center Fund fo

    In its fourteenth year, the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays has awarded grants to three new plays.

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    Incendiary Charm

    "The English theatre is so tame and moribund, if you meow you're called a madman!" Thus asserts the 64-year-old, British-born actor-writer-director Steven Berkoff, who insists his public image of cultural provocateur is overblown. "In England, a 20-watt bulb is controversial."

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    new musical comedy

    Seeking in NYC creative male/female choreographers/eye-catching dancer-singer belters to star in a racy riotous show of over 20 original songs who are able to commit long term to a production for stage and screen, talent whose very presence cannot but further this project along even as it now ...

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    Senator Bruno Gets Nice to NYSTI

    The 25-year-old New York State Theatre Institute (NYSTI) moved into a new home Wed., Nov. 1, thanks in part to the efforts of State Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno.

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    Graham Dancers Co-Produce Own Program

    Graham Dancers Co-Produce Own Program

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    Death of a Critic

    Dan Hulbert, theatre critic for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, was found dead Sept. 26, at Johns Mountain, a wilderness area in Northwest Georgia. He was 46 years old and the cause of his death was ruled a suicide.

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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.