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    Cast Changes

    "The Last Night of Ballyhoo" will see Kimberly Williams replace Arija Bareikis for six weeks beginning Aug. 26, Carole Shelly take over for Dana Ivey, and Cynthia Nixon replace Jessica Hecht. At the Helen

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    TOMBUDSMAN

    c/o Back Stage West

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    Simon Studio Offers Training With Radio/TV

    Now in its 18th year, the Roger Hendricks Simon Studio is offering a new training program that will initially showcase actors, directors, and writers on public access cable TV and National Public Radio during May/June. Scenes, monologues, and projects will be developed in Simon's professional lab master class ...

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    Ballentine Studio

    The Marjorie Ballentine Studio is now offering a program which merges American and British acting techniques in a two-year Professional Training Program. The Ballentine Program offers a unique integration of two world-renowned acting methods, with a foundation in movement, voice, Alexander technique, one-on-one tutorials several times a week, and monthly ...

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    "I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE"

    Gary DeMattei (dir.) is accepting submissions for I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, a musical revue. Prod. Michael Smythe. Performances run through Jan. 7 at Theatre on San Pedro Square in San José. There is pay.

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    "HEY ANITA"

    Bob Ballantyne (prod.) will hold auditions for Hey Anita. Recording starts late Feb. There is pay.

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    L.A. City Council Considers Film/TV Loans

    The Los Angeles City Council has agreed to study creating a loan fund for film and television projects to help stem the exodus of productions from Hollywood to Canada and other areas. Under the proposal, the city would consider floating loans to low-budget productions to compete with financial incentives offered ...

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    New Jersey's Funniest Female Contest

    In two weeks, Garden State comediennes can compete for comedy club bookings, cash awards, gift certificates from exclusive restaurants, and other prizes, as well as the title of "New Jersey's Funniest Female." A portion of the proceeds from the contest will go to Gilda's Club of Northern New ...

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    THE ASPERN PAPERS

    The stars are many in this season opener for Ensemble Theatre Company of Santa Barbara: Robert Grande-Weiss' intricately nuanced direction; Henry James' salacious story from which Sir Michael Redgrave derived this wonderful script; enthralling performances by Gretchen Evans, Christopher Armbrister, and Victoria Thompson, and perfect costuming researched and executed by ...