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    Opera School Created in Venture

    The Edison Arts Society and Jerome Hines, who sang with the Metropolitan Opera for 41 years, will collaborate to establish a training program for aspiring opera singers.

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    <b>Daily Dispatch: May 29, 2001:</b> A Critic's Journal, Part II

    Our columnist continues with his diary of events, ceremonies, and shows through awards season.

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    New Agent Workshop

    Susan Grace Cohen Studio, in association with John Strasberg Studios, will host a panel of six franchised agents on Thurs., May 31, 6:30-9:30 pm. The workshop will give actors an opportunity to interact with these agents, who will view monologues, work with cold readings, and answer questions.

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    South African Theatre Scene: In Transition

    "During apartheid we saw many white people flocking to black theatre because they felt guilty and wanted to show everyone they were against apartheid." So asserts Selaelo Maredi, a black South African playwright-actor-director. "Now that apartheid no longer exists, the whites don't feel guilty and don't come to ...

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    TECHNIQUE: Peisha McPhee is a renowned cabaret

    TECHNIQUE: Peisha McPhee is a renowned cabaret and musical theatre performer. She works with music director Mel Dangcil. Peisha and Mel's teaching style has received national acclaim and recognition. They frequently present their students in showcases.

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    TECHNIQUE: Heather Douglas is presently involved

    TECHNIQUE: Heather Douglas is presently involved in Doctoral voice research making available the most current techniques. Individually designed programs based on correct vocal physiology, all immediate improvements.

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    SAG measures options to keep actors working

    The Screen Actors Guild, saying it "wants to avoid a strike and keep the industry working."

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    Going On With The Show

    As the song says, "There's no people like show people." From performers, to those working creatively behind the scenes, all are known for a willingness to offer their talents to those in need. But what happens to people in the entertainment field, especially those without health insurance or on ...

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    The Shoddy Electric

    In New York City and throughout California, not-for-profit theatres don't foot footlight bills lightly. Deregulation and resulting huge electric-rate increases on both coasts have sent stage heads running to both the Big Apple's mayor and the Golden Bear's governor, with the same result: rates looking to go ...

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    Bitten By A Fly

    "Bitten by a Fly," presented by SKM Productions at the Actor's Lab, 1514 N. Gardner Ave., Hollywood. Thurs.-Sun. 8 p.m. Mar. 31-May 6. $12-15. (323) 938-0204.