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    ATW Honors at Waldorf

    The American Theatre Wing will honor Ossie Davis, Kevin Kline, Jason Robards, Patrick Stewart, and Sam Waterston at its annual "honors" luncheon.

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    "SHOREHAM"

    Matt Shakman (prod.) is seeking a technical director and master electrician for Shoreham, a play about a recently elected senator. Dir. Charles Evered. Rehearsals start Feb. 22. Performances run Mar. 14-Apr. 7 at the Black Dahlia Theatre. There is some pay. For information call (310) 403-0808.

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    Liza Minnelli to Be

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    Where to Send Your One-Acts

    Limitations: No unsolicited scripts; synopsis, resume, and letter of inquiry; plays for audiences up to high-school age with contemporary themes; adaptations of fairy tales or literary classics; new works based on Pacific Rim

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    AFTRA Members Okay Dues Restructuring

    In a nationwide vote, nearly 68% of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists' (AFTRA) members have approved a new uniform national dues

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    Arts Congress To Meet in June In Twin Cities

    Playwright August Wilson will be among the keynote speakers for "Linking Americans and the Arts: An Arts Congress," the first convention of Americans for the

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    Powerhouse Theater Opens Summer Season

    The Powerhouse Summer Theater season, presented by Vassar College and New York Stage and Film, opens on June 26 at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., featuring new plays and staged readings by accomplished

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    Broadway B.O. Hits Half a Billion $$

    Broadway attracted nearly 10.6 million paying customers during the 1996-97 season, generating record box office receipts of nearly half a billion dollars, according to figures recently released by the League of American Theatres and