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    One Boy's Journey Becomes One-Man Show

    Carlo Alban will star in his one-person, multi-character showIntríngulisat the Public Theater beginning in late March.

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    NYSCA Grants $8.8M, FY2001 Totals $48.4M

    The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) has awarded $8.8 million in grants to 659 not-for-profit arts and cultural organizations statewide during its fourth and final round of funding for fiscal year 2001.

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    Gaffigan Seeks Students

    Catherine Gaffigan is now interviewing students for January enrollment in her acting classes. She offers training in basic and advanced technique, commercials, teleprompter, musical comedy, and the classics, as well as film acting workshops and "How to Sustain a Career"

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    In last week's Casting Qs column, the wrong

    In last week's Casting Qs column, the wrong submissions address was listed for casting director Billy DaMota.

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    Analysis: Is PBS Shooting Other Foot with Canadian Bullet?

    The Public Broadcasting System announced this week a new $40 million block of children's animated programming based on titles by top authors. While the pact is educationally commendable, it could create a quagmire for PBS, which has already reaped Congress' ire by sharing donors' mailing lists with political groups ...

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    NEVER MISS AN

    NEVER MISS AN OPPORTUNITY

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    TECHNIQUE: Private training that will build a

    TECHNIQUE: Private training that will build a strong, dependable voice. Areas of focus include belting, range and flexibility. Emphasis on vocal freedom, singing with out a break, emotional as well as vocal dynamics.

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    Top U.K. Stars Endorse Equity

    (BPI) LONDON Leading members of the British acting establishment are throwing their star power behind U.K. actors union Equity's efforts to negotiate a new "cinema film agreement" with the Producers Alliance for Cinema and Television, the union said last week.

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    Los Angeles–based writer-director; film

    Los Angeles–based writer-director; film credits include Stick It

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    Survey: Minorities Hold More TV Jobs

    Nearly one-quarter of television news jobs are held by minorities _ the highest percentage ever, according to the Radio and Television News Directors Association.