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    ATW Awarded $25,000 Grant

    The American Theatre Wing has received $25,000 from the Billy Rose Foundation, Inc. to extend two year-round programs: the "Working in the Theatre" seminars and the Theatre In-School

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    Jerome Fellowships

    St. Paul, Minnesota's Jerome Foundation has awarded a two-year grant of $24,000 to New York City's Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in support of the participation of New York City and Minnesota-based playwrights in the 1996 and 1997 National Playwrights Conference.

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    Wednesday, May 31: Alley Whoop!

    Visitors to the theatre district frequently find themselves face-to-face with famous performers, but on Wed., May 31, such sightings are guaranteed. That's the day the League of American Theatres and Producers will present "Stars in the Alley," a free concert that kicks off the annual Theatre

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    "SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST"

    Scott Baugh (dir.) is accepting submissions for Survival of the Fittest, a 35mm short. Shoot starts early Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is possible pay.

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    STYLIST, YETTA YOUNG PRODS.

    Yetta Young (prod.) is seeking a hair stylist and makeup artist for a film. Shoot starts Mar. 3. There is possible pay. Send resumé by Feb. 24 to 840 1/2 Waterloo St., L.A., CA 90026 or fax to (213) 483-6837.

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    "ABOVE AND BEYOND"

    Michelle Christie (dir.) is seeking a costume designer and set carpenter for Above and Beyond, a children's theatre show. Prod. Susan Young. Performances start in Apr. at the Acme Comedy Theatre. There is pay. Fax resumé to (310) 230-0941.

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    Arts Day on March 3 Forces Gather For Arts Day On March 3

    Nearly 500 arts advocates are expected to gather in Albany on March 3 for the annual Arts Day rally. They'll ask New York lawmakers to increase the state arts appropriation by $10 million over the governor's proposed $5.1 million

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    Primetime Prejudice: SAG survey says that TV is not plugged into realities of the poor and disabled.

    America's poor and underprivileged are "virtually invisible" on primetime dramas and daytime soaps, while "foreigners" and mentally ill characters are more likely to be portrayed as villains, according to a survey commissioned by the Screen Actors Guild. The survey, titled "Casting the American Scene," found that "by and large ...

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    Film Festival Features World Premieres

    The 35th annual New York Film Festival will feature 28 films, some of which are world premieres. The festival opens Sept. 26, and will run through Oct. 12 at Lincoln