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    Lichtenstein to Resign Next Year as BAM President After 32 Yrs.

    Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) president Harvey Lichtenstein has announced that he will step down July 1, 1999 after over 32 years with the

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    Singing for Their Supper

    Broadway might still be considered the mecca for actor-singers, yet many musical performers choose Los Angeles as the place to settle and seek out a career.

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    Ask a Therapist: Letting Your Agent Go

    Because it's so challenging for most actors to secure an agent in the first place, it's almost impossible for them to let go of one when it's necessary.

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    Keepers of the Night. An original opera performed

    Keepers of the Night. An original opera performed by the Los Angeles Children's Chorus. Alex Theatre, 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale. 7:30 p.m. Through July 15. $20–$60. (818) 243-2539. www.alextheatre.org.

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    After enough years crowded into subway trains and

    After enough years crowded into subway trains and tiny, overpriced apartments, however, many a "serious" New York actor will consider becoming a "working" Los Angeles actor. Although several of the transplants we spoke with were already fairly established actors before moving to L.A., you do not necessarily have to ...

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    Stone Getting Hollywood Fest Honor

    Oliver Stone will be honored by the Hollywood Film Festival as Hollywood Director of the Year at its Hollywood Awards, set for Oct. 23 at the Beverly Hilton.

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    SKiNNY

    Is it fall already? Not officially, but competitions and networking events indicate it's time to put away the suntan lotion and start thinking about new opportunities.

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    Cornerstone Adds Board Members

    Cornerstone Theatre Company has added five new members to its Board of Directors: Stuart Benton, Alison Carey, Juliette Carrillo, Graciella Sanchez, and John Spokes.