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    Outside Report: Museums Need Repairs

    An outside report says the Smithsonian Institution may have to ask Congress for $1.5 billion over the next decade to repair its 16 museums and the National Zoo - over $250 million more than the Smithsonian estimated.

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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.

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    Canadian No-Strike Zone Set

    North American film and TV producers and Canada's actors union forged an interim agreement last week under which domestic and U.S. productions shooting in Canada can qualify for strike-proof extensions after the Jan. 16 deadline, the start date for a potential Canadian actors strike.

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    TRU Offering Producing Grants EST/Sloan Awards Science on Stage

    Theatre Resources Unlimited (TRU) is now offering scholarships for qualified applicants who are interested in attending the Commercial Theatre Institute as a stepping-stone to a producing career.

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    Dance Departments 2001-02

    The following is a list of selected dance departments at colleges, universities, and conservatories in the United States offering degrees or certificates. Those that are members of NASD (National Association of Schools of Dance) are listed as such. Schools are listed alphabetically within each state.

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    Top Film Council funding goes to Ecosse, Thomas

    The Film Council, the U.K. government-backed film financing superbody, announced its second round of funding Wednesday, distributing #706,000 ($1 million) for project development over three years among six British production companies.

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    Downtown Battles to Bring Back Biz

    The downtown scene--including Off-Off-Broadway--will no longer remain passive observers at its own demise in the wake of the Sept. 11 catastrophe.

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    Chemistry Crash Course

    Establishing rapport with your fellow actor means tapping into shared pain.

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    Nonprofit Donors, Despite Disaster, May Support Arts

    Corporations, foundations, and individuals have donated over $1 billion in disaster relief following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C. Still, many individual donors say they may be open to providing further money to other causes, including not-for-profit arts organizations.

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    SAG Panel Challenged

    The president of the Chicago local of the Screen Actors Guild is questioning the constitutionality of the SAG committee investigating challenges to last month's national union election.