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    New "State Fair" Equity Contract Drops Pay 50-75%

    Actors' Equity Association has specified a heavily reduced pay scale for the "potentially groundbreaking special agreement"--including wages, health and pension contributions--for "State Fair" 's controversial national

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    CASTING

    FILM & TVRED HOOK

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    EXTRAS (SAG TV)

    The following extras casting companies may also provide a registration and/or photo fee-based service to be included in their permanent files for consideration on all projects. But you should not be required to register in order to be considered for the particular projects advertised here. Alert "Back Stage West ...

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    Critic's Picks

    ¥ ACME Schmacme, presented by and at the ACME Comedy Theatre, 135 N. La Brea Ave., Hollywood. Through July 25. (213)

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    DCA Funding for Only Two Months

    Larger arts organizations and some summer programs have received only two months of funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA), while other arts groups remain in the dark about whether any monies will be forthcoming. Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's withholding arts funds as a part of ...

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    Hundreds Expected For Arts Day In Albany

    Between 300 and 400 pro-arts New Yorkers are expected to gather in Albany on Tues., March 4, for the annual Arts Day, when statewide forces rally and urge legislators to increase arts

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    BISTRO BITS

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    Dublin Theatre Festival Celebrates 40th Anniversary - Truly International Event Hosts 100 Shows in 2 Weeks

    Theatre-mad Dublin, Ireland, hosted 100 productions this fall: 18 in its main festival program and 82 fringe shows. In its 40th year, the Dublin Theatre Festival (Oct. 4-18) has become truly international, with everything from a stunning flamenco "Carmen" by the theatre company La Cuadra de Sevilla to the 13 ...

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    DGA Board Approves New Film-TV Pact

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-The Directors Guild of America board of directors has unanimously approved a new three-year film and TV contract that includes pay raises and gives directors more control in the critical areas of postproduction editing schedules and director's