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    Don't Give Up

    OK, here we are in the early stages of another fall episodic season, and I'm starting to hear the familiar refrain from the working-class actor: "Where's my job?"

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    NYC Breaks Ground for Ailey Theater

    With a burst of music in a vacant Manhattan lot, dancers and city officials held groundbreaking ceremonies for what will be the footprint of the new Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

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    Unions' Solidarity Could Buffer Corporate Might

    Over the past few years, large entertainment corporations have merged and expanded into media conglomerates.

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    Make 'Em Laugh

    For the first time in its history, the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival will be holding open auditions for comedic performers.

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    DCA Planning More Arts Bucks; NEA Aid Call

    The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) plans to find more funding for arts groups, as well as assist organizations in their struggles with insurance.

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    Paul Newman Will Return to Broadway

    Paul Newman is returning to Broadway after nearly 40 years.

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    Late Night Laughter

    A stoic FBI agent comes to small-town America to investigate the murder of the local prom queen. Everything appears "cherry-pie perfect" on the surface, but closer investigation reveals a seamy and surreal underbelly to the city.

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    Robert J. Schlosser (1935-2002)

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    Career Moves

    Touring performers get the show on the road.

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    N.Y. Film Festival Keeps Reputation

    The New York Film Festival turns 40 this year, but it's just as picky as it was in its infancy.