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    The Oldest Profession

    One of the strong points of Signature Theatre Company's mission is to present works from every stage of a playwright's career as a part of a season-long exploration of the dramatist's oeuvre.

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    Fear Factor

    Confronting all the things that could go wrong in an audition will make you see that even the worst isn't all that bad.

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    Hail A Ride!

    Rod Gill's "Tall Taxi Tales," a play which "exposes the bizarre encounters in rear seats as only New York City hacks can tell it," will be performed in a free reading on Mon., June 16 at the John Houseman Theatre Studio Too, 450 W. 42nd St. Information: (718)

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    NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINES BROADWAY SHOWS

    Jean Ann Ryan (prod.) will hold auditions for Smokey Joe's Café, Guys and Dolls, and A Cameron Mackintosh Salute. Six-month contracts run on Norwegian Cruise Lines. There is pay.

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    IMPROV GROUP SERVICE GUIDE - Beverly Long Casting

    Beverly Long Casting, 11425 Moorpark St., Studio City, CA 91602, 818-754-6222

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    Regional Auditions at a Glance – July 5-13

    The weekly "Auditions at a Glance" calendar conveniently organizes projects by the date and day-of-the-week that the auditions are taking place.

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    "SCORPIONS" CREW

    Parviz Saghizadeh (prod./dir.) is seeking a line producer/production manager, A.D., location manager/scout, D.P., A.C., sound mixer, boom operator, non-linear editor, gaffer, grip, makeup artist, art director, prop master, set designer, script supervisor, music composer, and P.A.s for Scorpions, a 35mm feature-length dramatic ...

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    Senate Showing Power Support for NEAIn House, Two Absent Voters Might Have Made Difference

    Powerful Senate committee chairmen began specifying their support last week for the beleaguered National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Their endorsements appear vital, coming at a time when the Senate is preparing to consider NEA funding, and on the heels of the House's voting to eliminate the

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    They Who Give Gave Big in '99, Trust Reports

    Good news for not-for-profit organizations, including the arts: Charitable giving surpassed $190 billion in 1999, an increase of more than $15 billion over the last two years.

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    taping. A few emails and phone calls later, Bonner was flown to New York for a screen test and was given a contract role. "I think he knew from the beginning he wanted me to be this love interest for the Latino heartthrob on the show," Bonner said. "I was ...