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    "Wolverine" at Nada

    The Present Company is presenting "Wolverine Dream," a new play by Brian Parks, at Nada (167 Ludlow St., NYC), Oct. 3-27. Described as "your basic airline crash-wrongful death suit-genetic twin clowns-leprechaun bashing-talking wolverine comedy but with a twist," the show plays Thursdays through Sundays at 8

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    42nd St. Theatre Breaks Ground

    Producer Eric Krebs has begun construction on his new Off-Broadway theatre, breaking ground on the far western frontier of the ever-growing 42nd Street entertainment

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    Land of the Free

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    CASTING CALLS: GENERAL

    SPECIALTY TALENT, TROUPE MONTE

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    TALENT BEAT

    Brian Dorfman has been named director of comedy casting for ABC Entertainment, according to The Hollywood Reporter (12/30/98). Dorfman will oversee casting of comedy series and comedy pilots at ABC. Prior to joining the network, he served as casting director at Warner Bros.

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    TDF Executive Director Ankles

    Theatre Development Fund, one of the nation's larger theatrical organizations, is preparing to search for a new leader as Jack Goldstein exits the executive director post.

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    THE CAST

    Scenic Designers: Marjorie Bradley Kellogg has designed two dozen Broadway shows. Heidi Ettinger, who has won Tony Awards for "The Secret Garden" and "Big River," this season did "The Triumph of Love" and "The Sound of Music." Adrianne Lobel, who began her career in the late 1970s, has designed "Passion ...

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    Vandenbroucke, Northlight Theatre A.D., to Step Down

    Effective next June, Russell Vandenbroucke will step down as artistic director of Northlight Theatre after 11 years. He will complete the current season by directing Sophocles' "The Wound and the Bow," in a new adaptation by Amlin

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    NEA: Floor Victory or Presidential Veto?

    Bolting moderate Republicans and a threatened Presidential veto have turned up the heat in the fight to save federal arts funding. And a House Democrat and moderate Republican--both from New York--appear ready to battle on the floor of Congress next week for the National Endowment for the Arts