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    'Busking Bonanza': New Ways to Sell Your Show

    In an attempt to promote this fall's Off-Off-Broadway offerings, "The Busking Bonanza" will be launched in Union Square Park on June 8, July 20, and Aug. 17 from 12-3 pm.

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    Carnegie Hall Auditorium to Open in Sept.

    Carnegie Hall's new auditorium will open Sept. 12 with a two-week festival featuring Youssou N'Dour, Yo-Yo Ma, Pierre Boulez and John Adams.

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    Bennett Leads SAG Governance

    Screen Actors Guild National Executive Director/CEO A. Robert Pisano has promoted Michelle Bennett to the position of national director of guild governance. Bennett reports to Pamm Fair, SAG's deputy national executive director for planning and external affairs.

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    Nine

    It's a dazzler. Director David Leveaux's revival of "Nine" for Roundabout at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre is empathetic, life-affirming, elegant, and affecting, though also somewhat rambling.

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    Disney Tunes Up Teen Musical

    Getting on the musical feature bandwagon, the Walt Disney Co. is developing an untitled project about a cynical teenage girl.

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    Creative Coalition Tackles Runaway Production

    Joe Pantoliano and Tony Goldwyn, actors and co-presidents of the nonprofit Creative Coalition, unveiled Wednesday the formation of the coalition's New York Runaway Production Task Force

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    Mayor Cuts DCA 23%

    The harrowing state of the New York City economy has led Mayor Michael Bloomberg to wield the sharp budgetary ax, including a 23% slashing of the city Department of Cultural Affairs.

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    SAG Restricts Backgrounders

    The Screen Actors Guild is preparing to adopt more restrictive criteria for background actors to become eligible to join the guild.

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    Acting Trio to Scale MTV's 'Heights'

    Erika Christensen, Mike Vogel, and Katherine Heigl are in final negotiations to topline "Wuthering Heights," MTV's musical adaptation of Emily Bronte's classic novel.

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    Hashirigaki

    I suspect very few people who saw Heiner Goebbels' "Hashirigaki" would deny that at least one or two passages were pretty stunning.