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    New Jersey Arts Battle for Monies

    Gov. James E. McGreevey in early February had proposed slashing the state's entire $18 million arts budget. This weekend, sources in his office reported he was ready to restore half of the amount.

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    Broadway Musicians, Producers Reach Deal

    Striking musicians settled a contract dispute with theater producers Tuesday to end a walkout that shut down 18 musicals since Friday, agreeing to a smaller number of musicians in the largest Broadway theaters.

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    Plays to be Written, Performed in 24 Hours

    In this experimental production, six short plays will be written, cast, rehearsed and performed in a single day.

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    So Many Stars

    In the last few weeks, I have sensed a feeling of enthusiasm and camaraderie that I haven't seen in a while in cabaret. Nowhere was this more evident than at "Timeless Divas" at The Triad on March 2. The brainchild of producers Sandi Durell and Shari Upbin to promote ...

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    Musicians Union Sets Strike Deadline

    The union representing Broadway musicians has set a deadline of midnight Thursday for a walkout that would affect virtually every musical on Broadway.

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    West End Links with Small Theaters to Beat Racism

    London's big West End theaters are forming a rare alliance with smaller playhouses to tackle the problem of racism in Britain's theater management.

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    WGA East Hails Ephron's Work with Hunter Nod

    Three-time Academy Award nominee Nora Ephron will receive the WGA East's Ian McLellan Hunter Award for lifetime achievement in motion pictures or television.

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    Library Honors Playwright Frayn

    The Library for the Performing Arts in March pays tribute to award-winning British playwright Michael Frayn in two free programs.

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    Actors Unions Move Toward Merger

    Leaders of the nation's two largest actors unions have endorsed a merger plan aimed at easing internecine labor feuds while boosting their clout at the bargaining table with big media companies.

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    were already prepared. The Grammy categories are

    were already prepared. The Grammy categories are based upon 'genre,' not the size of the room in which the music is performed. There already exists a category titled 'Traditional Popular Vocals,' and this is the category in which cabaret artists are included. Members of our cabaret community sing the same ...