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    Shakespeareans Fete Edith Wharton

    It started with a nod to Edith Wharton, the woman who built the mansion in the Berkshires that was Shakespeare & Company's first home and theater.

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    AFTRA Names New National Agency Head

    Megan Capuano has been appointed manager, agent relations for the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).

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    Perhaps you were elated to finally be cast in a

    Perhaps you were elated to finally be cast in a pilot with top-notch actors and a solid script, only to find your hard work never made the fall lineup. Don't worry, you're certainly not alone. The Other Network event listed below may allow you to take solace in ...

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    The Last Sunday in June

    Jonathan Tolins, of "Twilight of the Golds" fame, has written a 2003 update on "The Boys in the Band."

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    grotesque surreal drama

    Casting for grotesque surrealistic drama short film, shooting on super 16mm mid-Nov. Seeking two lead male characters, 30-50, strong theatrical/pantomime experience preferable. Specifically seeking a little man (3'5"-5'0" maximum) and a giant (above 6'3"), massive and big, both with strong facial expression. No pay, but ...

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    Ballet Hispanico Returns to Joyce

    Ballet Hispanico returned to the Joyce Theater for a two-week season (Dec. 5-17) with two world premieres—Ramón Oller's "Eyes of the Soul," and "Club Havana," by Pedro Ruiz. Also on the Dec. 10 program was Ruiz's "Guajira," which premiered last season.

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    It's that time of year again. Back Stage West

    It's that time of year again. Back Stage West invites readers to predict the winner in the film acting categories of three upcoming awards: the Screen Actors Guild, Independent Spirit, and Academy Awards. (You SAG members out there: Don't forget to vote officially, too.) The lucky entry with ...

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    Selby to Stage Play About W.Va. Mining

    Actor-turned-writer David Selby is returning to his home state of West Virginia to stage his second play, a coal country drama focusing on mountaintop removal strip mining.

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    asian & caucasian performers

    HAI performance ensemble is seeking Asian and Caucasian male and female actors, singers, and dancers, ages 15-20, for a spring tour of NYC schools. George Faison, dir. Stipend provided. Send pix & resumes to J. Kleinsinger, 548 Broadway, 3rd fl., NYC 10012. NON-EQUITY PERFORMERS.

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    Big-Time Agent

    Dear Jack: I have been given what some might say is the opportunity of a lifetime. A friend of a friend has set up an appointment for me to meet with one of the top agents in L.A., who works solely with A-list movie talent.