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    VOTER - Don Nelson's Busy Year

    Between Sept. 1, 1996 and Aug. 31, 1997, 250 theatre productions in Los Angeles County registered for Ovation consideration. Ovation voter Don Nelson saw 202 of them. Roughly calculating, that means Nelson saw an average of four shows a week--sometimes all on the weekend, in various matinees and occasional morning ...

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    'Clue Crew' Show Travels the Globe

    LOS ANGELES "Jeopardy!" is holding an open casting call for "people with an inquisitive nature, creativity and intelligence, lots of enthusiasm and a great on-camera presence" to become part of the game show's new "Clue Crew."

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    Unfinished Silvercup Adds "Riverside' to TV Schedule

    "Riverside," ABC-TV's hour-long, second season replacement series for January, has begun production at Silvercup Studios East, even before the facility's five new soundstages have been completed. "Riverside," set in a fictional New York City hospital, joins "Now and Again," the new primetime dramatic series produced by Paramount for ...

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    Acting Schools and Coaches

    Check out this list of New York-area stage and film acting schools, teachers, and coaches, divided into six categories: Acting Technique, Children/Teens, Comedy/Improv, Monologue/Audition/Coaching, Multipurpose, and On-Camera.

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    'Lion King' Announces e-Ticket Plan

    Disney's "The Lion King" is the first Broadway production offering audiences a unique ticketing technology that allows bar-coded ducats to be printed out by the customer—in black and white or color, and on regular-sized paper. Called ticketFast and offered by Ticketmaster, the service became operational for the show ...

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    NYPLPA's $37M New Face

    While it may look familiar from the outside, visitors to The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts will find it dramatically transformed when the library reopens at Lincoln Center after a major renovation. After operating from temporary quarters during the three-year construction period, the Library reopens for regular ...

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    AFI Honors Year's Best Film & TV

    The American Film Institute has announced its official selections for the best 10 films and 10 TV programs of 2005, including "Brokeback Mountain" and "24."

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    Center Acquires Stella Adler Archive

    The Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center has acquired the complete archive of Stella Adler, founder of the Stella Adler Conservatory of Acting, the center announced Monday.

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    IU Drops Plans to Move Carmichael Display

    Indiana University has dropped plans to move a collection of Hoagy Carmichael memorabilia to make room for a biology teaching lab.