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    RANDOM SIGHTINGS

    Musicals Come to the

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    My Fair Lady

    "My Fair Lady," presented by Fullerton Civic Light Opera Co. at Plummer Auditorium, 201 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m., (Sat. May 19, 2 p.m., Sun. May 20, 7 p.m.). May 11-27. $16-38. (714) 526-3832.

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    Pataki Proposes Ticket Broker Bill

    Gov. George E. Pataki has entered the political debate on how much New York ticket brokers can charge for tickets to entertainment and sporting events, proposing a resale cap of 40% above face value. The former law, which allowed brokers to charge no more than 10% or $5, expired on ...

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    Reardon Leads AFTRA/NY

    Roberta Reardon has been elected president of the New York local of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

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    Roundabout Tables "Cabaret" Till 1998

    The Roundabout Theatre Company and British director Sam Mendes have decided to postpone their production of "Cabaret," originally planned for January 1997, until the spring of

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    SAG, AFTRA Nay Merger

    Members of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have barely defeated a leadership effort to consolidate the two unions.

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    Broadway's "One Mo'Time" to Close

    Seems like it's One Last Time for the Broadway revival of the 1979 Vernel Bagneris muscial.

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    SDCF Applications Open for Directors, Choreos

    Applications are now available for the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation's Observership and DanceBreak career development programs.

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    NY Foundation for Arts: Help DCA

    A leading New York City arts group is calling for actions to empower the Department of Cultural Affairs, including increased funding and staff.

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    Wilting in Bloomington, Location Ready

    Dear Tombudsman:I am currently attending Indiana University, Bloomington, as a theatre major. I recently moved here from California to do so. As an actor, I know that moving to the Midwest was not the smartest thing to do, but it was the only school I got into, and they ...