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    SDCF Panel Takes on Property Rights

    Intellectual property rights: It's a thorny issue in the theatrical community, one that has drawn staggered battle lines involving producers, playwrights, directors and choreographers. So, on Thurs., Jan. 21, the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation (SDCF) hosted a panel discussion on how these rights affect directors and choreographers. Designers ...

  • News Gives Indie Filmmakers New Marketplace

    Warner Bros. uninterested in distributing your latest project? Disney not returning your phone calls?, one of the world's largest online retailers, claims it has the solution to the dilemma faced by just about every budding film director or frustrated movie

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    Free 4th of July Concert at Battery Park

    Three blues greats will be playing in Battery Park, NYC, at a free afternoon concert on Saturday, July 4, at 3:30pm. The Battery 4th of July Festival, presented by the Alliance for Downtown New York and SANYO, hosts Keb'Mo', Charlie Musselwhite, and John Hammond. There are no chairs ...

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    "Aside from being talented and skilled and good and hard working, the actors we call back have to be really easy to get along with-no

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    Bit Parts - Nederlander Lands Award

    James M. Nederlander, chairman emeritus of The Nederlander Organization, Inc., will receive the first annual Bernard B. Jacobs Excellence in the Theatre Award from the Theatre Division of UJA-Federation of New

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    NYFA Grants to 11 Theatre Groups

    Eleven theatre groups are among the 22 community-based arts organizations that have recently been awarded grants from the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Community Assets

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    Actress Zoe Caldwell Wins Gielgud Award

    Actress Zoe Caldwell is the recipient of the 1998 Gielgud Award for Excellence in the Dramatic Arts, given each year by The Shakespeare Guild of Washington, D.C.

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    PROFILE : Wilde at Heart - Stephen Fry is witty, informed, and no stranger to criticism. Who better to play Oscar Wilde?

    Stephen Fry was born to be Wilde--or at least to play him. One of the most widely recognized celebrities in Britain, Fry is known as much for the wit of his writing as he is for the stature of his

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    Pinkie Weatherton (prod.) is accepting submissions for Slab, an extremely edgy sketch comedy show. Performances run June 20-30 at the Stella Adler Theatre. There is no pay.