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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.

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    Cult Classic

    Bat Boy the Musical is a welcome surprise to Las Vegas community theater

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    Chance Encounters

    Think you can show up in L.A. and immediately 'be discovered?' Think again.

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    Actor Campbell Escapes Weekend Accident

    Bruce Campbell, an actor whose credits include "Evil Dead," "Hercules," "Xena, Warrior Princess" and "Spider-Man," suffered minor injuries in a weekend accident.

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    Faith

    The Falklands War was not among Britain's most epic victories, but it provides an apt setting for this stunning antiwar play, filled with epic ideas, by English playwright Meredith Oakes.

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    Kennedy Center's Kaiser Named Cultural Envoy

    While the armed forces export American military might overseas, theatre -- and our national culture -- is soon to be exported through a new U.S. State Department program, CultureConnect.

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    Arts Funding Struggles Coast to Coast

    "The arts, for a lot of people growing up, were places behind walls," says John DeStefano, the Mayor of New Haven, Conn, in an interview last week with Back Stage. "Today, we are mainstreaming the arts more and more into the lives of citizens—it's an integral part of ...

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    re

    The title "re" (pronounced ree) gives a unifying theme to these six pieces written and performed by five Japanese choreographers.