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    sm, "Tony N' Tina's...," Philly

    The Philadelphia production of "Tony N' Tina's Wedding" is seeking a full-time, experienced stage manager (non-Equity). Mynnelou Productions, Inc., prod'r. Show runs every Fri., Sat., and Sun. in south Philadelphia at the Venice Plaza. Position is paid. Call (215) 297-8540 for more information or fax resume to (253 ...

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    Equity Members Elect 17 to Serve On Nat'l Council

    Actors' Equity Association members have elected 17 of their own to serve on the national governing council, including 10 from the Eastern region. A total of 6,271 ballots were

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    CORRECTIONS

    In last week's Acting Schools and Coaches List, teacher L.J. Lane's name was mispelled. The following is the correct

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    Actors Connection Sold; Japan Arts Grants

    Lisa Gold, former consultant and acting director of TVI Actors Studio in New York, has purchased the Actors Connection. On Sat., June 24 at 7pm, all industry professionals are invited to the center for a celebration in honor of Bernie and Bunny Levine, its former owners. The Actors Connection is ...

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    Broadway Rockers Aid Towers Fund

    Producers Elizabeth Watts and Jeff Gurner addressed the fundraising needs of the newly formed Twin Towers Fund with no time to spare, allotting themselves only two weeks to pull together a benefit concert at the China Club Mon., Oct. 8. Despite, or possibly because of, the intense pressure and citywide ...

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    Our Own Dear Anton's Abandoned Story Cycle

    "Our Own Dear Anton's Abandoned Story Cycle," presented by ShapeShifter Productions in association with and at the Raven Playhouse, 5233 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Sept. 22-Oct. 28. $15. (323) 478-1337.

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    dancers w/sing, "fever" tour

    11/16 at 10AM & 3PM at Chelsea Studios, 151 W. 26 St., NYC.

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    Getting Your Animal in the Act. . .

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    SAG Prepares To Identify Strikebreakers

    In the heat of last year's commercials contract walkout, the Screen Actors Guild's strike committee voted to ban any strikebreakers for life--a pretty clear indication of the animosity strikers felt for actors who chose to cross the picket line and take part in shooting spots.