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    500 Due at NY Arts Day

    Arts advocates expect some 500 of their brethren to rally Tues., March 16, in Albany to seek increased arts funding from the New York State

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    AFTRA OKs Network Code plans

    Several key decisions were made at the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists' national board meeting, which took place Wednesday and Thursday at the Radisson Hotel in St. Paul, Minn.

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    Heigh-Ho, the Glamorous Life!

    Making a living as a West Coast theatre actor can be as frustrating as it is fulfilling. More than a living, it's a way of life.

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    Fantastickal Troubles Longest-Running Musical Faces Uncertainty

    Time has marched on, but age and custom have so far failed to wither the charms of "The Fantasticks," Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt's modest little one-set Off-Broadway musical at the Sullivan Street Playhouse. Within the next month it will play its 17,000th performance, a feat no other ...

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    Report Brings Calm To EIDC Storm

    The Entertainment Industry Development Corp. got a welcome brief respite Thursday from the ongoing criminal investigation by the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office when its monthly production report revealed that the numbers for off-lot production in September were the best for that month since 1998.

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    A&BC, NYSCA Millenium Awards to Recognize Arts.Business Relationship

    The Arts & Business Council has received $80,000 from the New York State Council on the Arts to develop and administer the Millenium Arts and Business Partnership Awards. The awards will recognize excellence in partnerships between arts organizations and businesses.

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    Rhinoceros

    Entering the Harlem School of the Arts' playhouse recently, you could easily have been led to believe that The Classical Theatre of Harlem was presenting a theater-in-the-round version of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. In fact, it was a production of Eugene Ionesco's absurdist classic Rhinoceros.