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    Soul-Searching the Jewish Theatre

    What is taboo in Jewish theatre? Which plays are not "kosher"? Should Jews be portrayed on stage as less than righteous?

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    grotesque surreal drama

    Casting for grotesque surrealistic drama short film, shooting on super 16mm mid-Nov. Seeking two lead male characters, 30-50, strong theatrical/pantomime experience preferable. Specifically seeking a little man (3'5"-5'0" maximum) and a giant (above 6'3"), massive and big, both with strong facial expression. No pay, but ...

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    Ballet Hispanico Returns to Joyce

    Ballet Hispanico returned to the Joyce Theater for a two-week season (Dec. 5-17) with two world premieres—Ramón Oller's "Eyes of the Soul," and "Club Havana," by Pedro Ruiz. Also on the Dec. 10 program was Ruiz's "Guajira," which premiered last season.

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    asian & caucasian performers

    HAI performance ensemble is seeking Asian and Caucasian male and female actors, singers, and dancers, ages 15-20, for a spring tour of NYC schools. George Faison, dir. Stipend provided. Send pix & resumes to J. Kleinsinger, 548 Broadway, 3rd fl., NYC 10012. NON-EQUITY PERFORMERS.

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    ATA Scathes SAG Heads

    She may not be quite ready to take the Screen Actors Guild to court, but the Association of Talent Agents' administrator had no problem this week in bringing her intense criticism of SAG's leadership to the acting community.

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    AFTRA's New Exec Steps Into Beehive Of Contract Talks

    The current nationwide commercials-contract strike is heavy on the minds of all members of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), who are walking the lines with their fellows in the Screen Actors Guild. But, for Greg Hessinger, AFTRA's new national executive director, the commercials contract represents ...

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    Dance Theatre of Harlem's Variety

    Dance Theatre of Harlem's Variety

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    To Rake, Perhaps to Harm

    Randolph W. Evans has performed a feat on both Broadway and London's West End that no professional has done before. Not Olivier, not Gielgud, not Bankhead.

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    Regional Theatre Leaders Take a Big Bite From the Big Apple

    A panel discussion on approaches to actor training with five of the top acting teachers in New York. A visit to the Actors Studio and a discussion by its members. A talk with cast members of a current Broadway play on changes in the acting profession.

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    Key West Fest Forsakes Quality for Audience Size

    The Key West Theatre Festival seems to be involved in an ongoing game of "Monopoly." For the past two years, it had taken two steps forward, offering some challenging new works, but this year's Festival effort has stumbled a bit and taken a step backward.