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    Budig Reprises Role on 'All My Children'

    Rebecca Budig returned Wednesday as Greenlee Smythe, a role she originated in 1999.

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    All About Agents

    For the actor just beginning his or her career, agents can seem like UFOs — just as hard to define as they are to get in your sights.

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    Actorfest, Back Stage's yearly trade show, will

    Actorfest, Back Stage's yearly trade show, will present Marc Hirschfeld, executive vice president of casting at NBC, on a panel called "Diversity in Casting: Breaking the Barriers on Stage and Screen," Sat., Oct. 13, at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom. For the first time, Actorfest will also include an ...

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    Amendments End East-West WGA Feud

    Members of WGA East and West overwhelmingly approved a series of constitutional amendments that were proposed in the fall as a means of settling decades of animosity.

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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,

    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 ...

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    Our View

    hose who doubted that an action movie headlined by a 43-year-old former drug addict could gross $102.1 million on its opening weekend need look no further than the success of Iron Man for proof they were wrong. Aside from being a box office bonanza, the film, with 1993 Oscar ...

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    STAGE & SCREEN : Altered States - Theatre actors try television, television actors try theatre, directors take on new genres: All for the thrill and the growth of something new.

    Even after five years starring on network television (as an innocent teen discovering life in Boy Meets World), Ben Savage retains a refreshing na•vetƒ and sweetness. But as he readies to move from high school to university, he is also preparing to make some changes in his artistic life ...