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    Free OctoberFest

    For the entire month of October, the Ensemble Studio Theatre will offer its 19th annual free OctoberFest on both of the company's West 52nd Street stages. Featured will be the works of playwrights such as Horton Foote, Jack Heifner, Shirley Lauro, Rita Nachman, Shel Silverstein, Jeffrey Sweet, and Tennessee

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    13th Annual MAC Noms Announced

    The nominees for the 13th annual Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC) awards, honoring outstanding performances in NY's cabaret, comedy, and jazz clubs, were announced on Wed., March 3.

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    SAG Stays With Existing Interactive Pact

    (BPI) The Screen Actors Guild has extended the terms of its Amended SAG 1993-95 Media Agreement for one

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    Weidman, Slater Win Kleban Awards

    John Weidman and Glenn Slater are the winners of the 1996 Kleban Foundation Awards, bestowed annually upon writers for the musical

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    OBITUARY

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    Deadlines Pending for National Grants

    Deadlines for available grants are pending in September and October. These grants‹public and private‹are designed to help artists and institutions in dance, film and other performance/visual

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    Bit Parts : Rewarding Memory

    "It reminded me of a moment when I was really small," recalled Douglas Sills, speaking last week to The Detroit Free Press of when he first read the script for the Broadway musical "The Scarlet Pimpernel." "My mother called me into her room to look at something on TV. And ...

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    ONE LIFE TO LIVE: The Music Directors - The Invisible Voice: Paul S. Glass & Jamie Howarth

    A few years ago, a call came to the music studio at "One Life to Live" and a young woman asked, "Is this Mr.

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    "KATE'S VERY OWN INDUSTRY SHOWCASE"

    Katherine Hughes (dir.) is accepting submissions for Kate's Very Own Industry Showcase. Rehearsals start Mar. 3. Performances run May 3-31 at the Next Stage. There is no pay.

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    SAG, AFTRA Rally on Ad Strike Authorization

    Strike authorization ballots will be going out Mar. 7 to more than 120,000 SAG and AFTRA members who will be asked to give their negotiating team the authority to call a strike against the advertising industry if ongoing talks for a new commercials contract fail to produce a satisfactory