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    'Clue Crew' Show Travels the Globe

    LOS ANGELES "Jeopardy!" is holding an open casting call for "people with an inquisitive nature, creativity and intelligence, lots of enthusiasm and a great on-camera presence" to become part of the game show's new "Clue Crew."

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    Unfinished Silvercup Adds "Riverside' to TV Schedule

    "Riverside," ABC-TV's hour-long, second season replacement series for January, has begun production at Silvercup Studios East, even before the facility's five new soundstages have been completed. "Riverside," set in a fictional New York City hospital, joins "Now and Again," the new primetime dramatic series produced by Paramount for ...

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    Acting Schools and Coaches

    Check out this list of New York-area stage and film acting schools, teachers, and coaches, divided into six categories: Acting Technique, Children/Teens, Comedy/Improv, Monologue/Audition/Coaching, Multipurpose, and On-Camera.

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    'Lion King' Announces e-Ticket Plan

    Disney's "The Lion King" is the first Broadway production offering audiences a unique ticketing technology that allows bar-coded ducats to be printed out by the customer—in black and white or color, and on regular-sized paper. Called ticketFast and offered by Ticketmaster, the service became operational for the show ...

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    NYPLPA's $37M New Face

    While it may look familiar from the outside, visitors to The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts will find it dramatically transformed when the library reopens at Lincoln Center after a major renovation. After operating from temporary quarters during the three-year construction period, the Library reopens for regular ...

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    The Chairs

    An Old Woman sits on the floor, her feet dangling into a gaping hole, softly singing along with Maurice Chevalier and Hermione Gingold's rendition of "I Remember it Well." Each time the song is over she moves the needle back to its starting point.

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    Network Newsies OK AFTRA Pact

    Broadcast journalists employed by the ABC, CBS, and NBC networks have ratified the recently negotiated American Federation of Television and Radio Artists' network staff newspersons agreement, which covers work performed on television and radio by network news correspondents and anchors at the three networks.

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    DCA Budget Cut $20M

    Giuliani Also Wants to Eliminate Program Funds, But Can't

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    Weathering the Low Fronts: The Gift of Rejection, Depression, And Post-Show Crashes

    Do you think this is an impossible notion, this idea that depression can be a gift? Join the crowd! You should have heard the number of people who told me this article couldn't be written. When I told one young director the title and my intention—to support all ...

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