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    NY Film Fest Blends Old, New

    The New York Film Festival's lineup this year is a multigenerational affair where old masters and new talent will rub shoulders.

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    FEATURE Bard to the Future

    Turning 10 means it's time to start growing up, behaving properly, and developing mature sensibilities, right? Dear God, let it not be so. Although Troubadour Theater Company has grown in size and sophistication in its 10 years, neither its company members nor its mission has lost the high-energy high-jinks ...

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    Local 802 Foils Brooklyn Opera

    The struggle over virtual music between the Opera Company of Brooklyn (OCB) and the musicians' union has flared up again.

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    Guthrie Theater's New Home Taking Shape

    The future has begun merging with the past as the Guthrie Theater's new $125 million home takes shape on the Mississippi River.

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    When I began working at Back Stage 27 years ago,

    When I began working at Back Stage 27 years ago, my main responsibilities as theatre editor were to type up all the casting notices (on my electric typewriter) that were brought in or mailed to the office and, on occasion, to write a feature story—only when the back page ...

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    Obies Cite 'Change,' 'Bug,' 'Tragedy'

    "Caroline, or Change" was one of the big winners when the 49th annual Village Voice Obie Awards were handed out on Mon., May 17 at Webster Hall.

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    AGMA Goes to NLRB Over D.C. Ballet

    The American Guild of Musical Artists has filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board to represent dancers at the Washington Ballet in the nation's capital.

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    Can Great Book Become Great Movie, Publishers Ask

    From "Gone With The Wind" to "Lord Of The Rings," Hollywood is ever hungry for a good story.

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    'Working in Theatre' Seminars

    The American Theatre Wing has announced the fall schedule for its "Working in the Theatre" seminars Oct. 28-30. The four seminars—panel discussions featuring theatre artists and moderated by theatre professionals—will be held at the City University of New York's Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave. (at 34th Street ...