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    A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM

    There is no better venue for Shakespeare's comedy of love and magic than the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum. Better yet, this is practically the definitive production of this play, back for its sixth season and very well worth revisiting. We saw it two years ago and busted a gut ...

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    British Equity Submits in Dispute

    British Equity has proved itself willing to lose face in an attempt to resolve its regional-theatre pay dispute with the Theatrical Management Association (TMA). Equity told members, in a letter circulated this week, that it had withdrawn its instruction not to sign contracts with commercial regional theatres.

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    Roundabout to Revive Fosse's 'Dancin' '

    Roundabout Theatre Company will produce a revival of Bob Fosse'sDancin'late next season at Studio 54.

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    AFTRA to Begin TV Talks April 28

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists says it will begin its negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers for a new contract on April 28.

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    SINGERS/BANDS

    Jean Dale (prod.) is seeking singers, bands, young performers, boys, ethnic talent for future recording. Send pix, resumé, and demo to 3217 Sparr Blvd., Glendale, CA 91208. For information e-mail JumpRecords@aol.com.

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    he following is a list of New York–area

    he following is a list of New York–area stage and film acting schools, teachers, and coaches organized alphabetically. Also included is a separate list of career coaches/ counselors.

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    Understanding your financial paradigms

    ctors often operate under the misconception that making more money will solve all their financial problems: I'll plan for retirement (when I book the film), set up a debt plan (after next pilot season), and make time to organize my receipts and research investments (once my show closes and ...

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    U.S.-U.K. First-Look Deal: Mixed Reviews

    The late-September announcement that Broadway producers Bob Boyett and Bill Haber had reached a three-year first-look deal with Britain's National Theatre has generated little optimism and something of a sense of resignation from three key figures in the American regional theatre scene.

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    Evon Arts' Coming Together

    In this, their fifth installment of "Coming Together," produced at the Cunningham Studio, the majority of the program's nine pieces reflected firm grounding in a recognizably "Ailey" technique.