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    Arts Congress Focuses on Service

    New York's arts service organizations need a single database resource; should look to better communicate so they can avoid duplicating services and improve the sharing of information; and should consider expanding one-to-one mentorships.

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    SKiNNY

    As the Broadway season races into the final stretch, a transferred show seeks understudies with strong stomachs and a taste for blood. Twyla Tharp revs up for next season with her Bob Dylan show, and Molly Ringwald is ready to don her dancing shoes.

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    Warner Announces New Direct-to-Video Titles

    Taking the concept of direct-to-video a step further than the flurry of recent sequels to theatrical movies, Warner Home Video announced a branded line of video premieres.

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    Fincher Shows Stomach for 'Torso'

    David Fincher is carving out room in his schedule for "Torso," a thriller based on a graphic novel written by Brian Michael Bendis and Marc Andrey-ko.

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    NYPA Eyes Runaway

    The New York Production Alliance has met with city officials both to show support for rebuilding New York City's economy, as well as remind leaders of the importance of film and television production to the fiscal reconstruction effort.

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    Imaginary Friends: A Play With Music

    "Imaginary Friends," presented by the Globe Theatres at the Old Globe Theatre, Balboa Park, San Diego. Tues.-Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 2 & 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Sept. 21-Nov. 3. $25-45. (619) 239-2255.

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    "NEW LOOK"

    Jay Wilson (prod.) is accepting submissions for New Look, a beauty commercial. Three-day shoot starts Feb. 26. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is pay.

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    Correction

    In the Sept. 13 issue, Back Stage reported that the Walnut Street Theatre is not participating in this year's Barrymore Awards ceremony for excellence in Philadelphia-area theatre, taking place Oct. 7. The Walnut, which received 11 nominations, will take part in the ceremony awarding productions from the 2001-02 season ...

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    THE TROJAN WOMEN

    Perhaps our society no longer understands theatrical beating of breasts and tearing of hair, but there were many weeping in the Lowell Davies Festival Theatre Sept. 10, where the Old Globe Theatre's production of Euripides' anti-war tragedy, The Trojan Women, nightly brings home the human toll exacted by war.