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    Open, "Aida" first nat'l tour

    2/9 from 11AM-7PM at Bernard Telsey Casting, 145 W. 28 St., Ste. 12F, NYC.

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    Executive Editor Dany

    Executive Editor Dany Margolies

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    Laughing Matters - New Shows Strike Comedy Gold

    THE GOLD RUSH BAR & GRILL, on 10th Avenue and 38th Street, has only been open for a few months, but already management has realized that in New York patrons expect to be served great entertainment with their grub. As well as offering barbecue and an Old West decor complete with ...

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    Talk Back

    have worked on Trumbo, the play and the film, on and off for eight years. I have watched more than 20 actors perform his letters. I've listened to audiences who have attended different performances debate just who was the definitive Dalton Trumbo. Good material opens the door to this ...

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    the craft

    For example, your knowledge of theatre history is a huge plus. "How did improv become disconnected from the world of theatre?" wonders actor Shaun Landry, producer of the San Francisco Improv Festival, a veteran of Chicago's Second City, and artistic director of the sketch comedy troupe Oui Be Negroes ...

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    AEA Members Earn $249M Sub Head

    Despite the devastating effect of historic terrorist attacks in New York and Washington coupled with a recessionary economy, Actors' Equity Association members still maintained fairly level earnings nationwide for the 2001-02 season.

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    Crave

    With a terrific young cast and mostly keen direction by Eugenia Tzirtzilaki, Sarah Kane's play "Crave" seems to be the one closest to her own id.

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    Industry mobilizes to assist families

    As the nation tries to come to grips with the suffering caused by Tuesday's terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, the media and entertainment industries are mounting fund-raising drives and myriad other efforts to help victims and their families.

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    Seussical Ending, Jane Eyre Stays

    Alanis Morissette to the rescue.

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    Show With Al Pacino Extends 1 Week

    You have one more week to spend $100 and see Al Pacino in the acclaimed revival of Bertolt Brecht's political parable, "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui."