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    A Community Carol

    Who are the people of Cornerstone Theater Company and what do they do? Among other things, they are artists who never stop asking those questions, even after 15 years of making theatre all across the United States, nine of them spent putting down institutional roots in Los Angeles. Amid the ...

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    SHAKSPEARE FEST.

    The Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival will hold an Equity and non-Equity open call for its 2001Spring season. Season to include: Romeo and Juliet and As You Like It. Performances run Feb. 20-May 12. Travel and lodging provided. There is pay for non-Equity performers.

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    Mayor Giuliani to Give Crystal Apples to Actors Sorvino, Broderick, Parker

    Mayor Rudolph Giuliani will present the Crystal Apple awards on Tues., June 8, to actor Paul Sorvino, and husband-and-wife thespians Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker.

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    NYSCA Announces Restructuring and a New Five-Year Plan

    The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) has announced a proposed long range plan aimed at restructuring the organization's goals and priorities. The decision to re-organize the grant-giving council's objectives, as well as adopting strategies to achieve them, was brought about by recent changes.

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    Manager Maulings, Back

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    Cabaret's Intimacy Tips Fundraising Scale

    Cabaret star Steve Ross and actress Frances Sternhagen recently drew 200 people to a fundraiser to restore a Westchester church. The performers' dedication epitomizes cabaret's nature and its unique value as a fundraising

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    Madison, Wisc. Lands $50M for New Arts District

    The city of Madison, Wisconsin has been promised $50 million for the construction of a new arts district in its downtown area. Its benefactor is the Overture Foundation, a philanthropic group whose chairman happens to have a history of cultural involvement with the

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    Manage This: Agents and managers are debating their evolving business like never before. What's in it for actors?

    Being able to say "talk to my manager" no doubt has its allure for many performers who see a personal manager on one's payroll (imagine having a payroll) as a sign of a career on the move. To others, a personal manager evokes images of self-indulgent nonsense on the ...