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    Dumbshow Fundraiser in DUMBO

    Attic People, the Lecoq-trained theater company, will be hosting a fundraiser this Saturday night at the Galapagos Arts Space in Williamsburg.

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    TV Torn Over 9-11 Retrospectives

    The last place Susan Ferugio wants to be Sept. 11 is in front of a television.

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    nyu sr. thesis, "Mr. jingle"

    Casting for NYU senior thesis film, "Mr. Jingle." No pay, but meals, transportation, and videocopy provided. SAG Letter Agreement provided. Seeking: male, 25-30; young boy, nine to 12; male, 40-50; female, 20-30; female, 50-60, piano playing a plus. Send pix & resumes to Ivsar Afanador, Casting Director, 53 Dean St., Apt ...

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    "Tesla..." & holocaust drama

    Mill Mountain Theatre in Roanoke, VA is casting for the Norfolk Southern Festival of New Works production of "Tesla's Letters" by Jeffery Stanely, a contemporary drama about the conflict in Yugoslavia, directed by Jere Hodgin, contract Jan. 2-21. Seeking—Daisy: 24, articulate, trendy grad student; Zoran: 24, darkly handsome ...

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    "damn yankees," park players

    2/15 & 2/16 from 7-9PM at Union Hill High School, on 38th St. btwn. Hudson and Park Ave., Union City, NJ.

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    Aspen Comedy Fest Honors Hollow Men

    British sketch comedy troupe the Hollow Men, Demetri Martin's one-man show "If I ...," and standup comedian Loni Love were among the big winners at the awards presentation that closed the 9th annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival here Saturday.

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    Indy Director Makes Next Film in Denver

    Oscar-nominated filmmaker John Sayles has picked Denver as the setting for his next movie.

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    AEA Extends Benefits

    The Equity-League Pension and Health Trust Funds now provide extended coverage for college age dependent children, subject to verification, while they are enrolled in a full-time training or education program.

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    The Taming of Miss Shrew

    Adapting one of Shakespeare's more comedic works into the setting of the Motown recording industry some five decades ago, "The Taming of Miss Shrew" is an ambitious idea that should have fared better.