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    New Dramatists Appoints New Staff

    New Dramatists announced three staff changes for the 2001-02 season.

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    Broadway Show League: May 11 Results

    Miss Saigon: 18, Music Man: 13 (MVP: Will

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    CLUBS FOR ENTERTAINERS: Words...

    I was dying to join the Friars. All my peers belonged - Jan Murray, Jack Carter, and Milton Berle.

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    Crowe Dumps Cheer-girls From Football Club

    Russell Crowe has revealed a new sensitive side, axing scantily-dressed cheerleaders from his Sydney football club because they make men uncomfortable.

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    Actors, Film/TV Execs Powwow

    Actors and producers wont begin negotiations on a new, major theatrical-and-television contract for a month or so.

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    Actors' Fund Sponsors Free Money Seminar

    The Actors' Fund of America is sponsoring a free, six-week seminar, "Money and the Performing Artist," beginning Mon., Jan.

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    List of Winners at SAG Awards

    Winners at the Screen Actors Guild Awards:

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    Serious Resolve

    If you make one promise to yourself in the new year, make it to be a serious actor. Far too many people apply the title of actor to themselves with no good reason to do so. The desire to practice medicine does not make you a doctor, just like the ...

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    Lila Wallace Offers Grants

    The application deadline for Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Arts Partners Program planning grants is March 7; intent-to-apply cards are due on Feb. 7. The Arts Partners Program is designed to help presenters develop well-informed, committed adult audiences for the performing arts by supporting collaborations between presenting organizations, artists, and community ...

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    Shakespeare Troupe in DC Residency

    WASHINGTON Britain's Royal Shakespeare Company will send a troupe to the Kennedy Center in 2003 for the first of five annual residencies--each with 32 performances in four weeks.