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    N.Y Fringe Fest Accepting Applicants

    The New York International Fringe Festival is now accepting applications for its second annual fest, to take place on New York City's Lower East Side Aug. 19-30. The festival plans to present 175 productions by both theatre companies and artists. For information on applying, call (212) 307-0229, or write ...

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    Theatre Folds But Space May Remain

    The Inner Space Theatre of Chelsea has decided to call it quits after more than 30 productions. The troupe's producer and managing director, Joseph Tudisco, however, hopes that the physical theatre may

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    Obituaries

    Al Bundy, 83, Jazz

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    No "Blues" Suit, But Co-Creator Suffers Stroke

    The producers of "It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues," facing the loss of one of the show's co-creators and co-stars to illness and an upward trend in ticket sales, have decided not to take legal action against CBS and Tony Award Productions-at least for

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    Will SAG Strike Over Spot Pact?

    The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) is seeing a growing fervor among its members for a new, lucrative commercials contract. At the same time, the guild seems to be leaving little doubt that it will call a strike if producers hold back on such serious issues as cable and foreign

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    BISTRO BITS - First Time at Bat

    YPICALLY, I WILL NOT GO TO SEE A PERFOR-mer's first cabaret show. As I've said previously, I believe that newcomers should be given the chance to develop their talent free from the pressures (and potential pain) of public criticism. Occasionally, I will see a debut--if, for example, something ...

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    Critic's Picks

    Accidental Death of an Anarchist, presented by New Crime Productions at the Evidence Room, 3542 Hayden Ave., Culver City. Through Dec. 20. (310)

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    Call for Papers

    The 18th annual William Inge Theatre Festival and Conference has issued an invitation for

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    Philly Season in Full

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    Actorfest Success; The "Les Miz" Controversy

    My two-week vacation abroad turned out to be a three-month leave of absence from this column. When I returned to the office in mid-September there were so many projects that I needed to attend to right away that I just put "CenterStage" on hold for awhile. (A habit that I ...