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    SAG/NY Slips Past Suit

    A runoff candidate for the national board of directors was prepared to file a lawsuit Wednesday against Screen Actors Guild/New York over election procedures. But a last-minute SAG fax to her attorney moved a possible legal action to the back

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    Critic's Picks

    ¥ An American Romance, presented by and at the Road Theatre in the Lankershim Arts Center, 5108 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood. Through Oct. 27. (818)

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    Quinn Critical Of Board's New Rent Increases

    Christine Quinn represents Manhattan's District 3 on the New York City Council. Running on the West Side roughly from 60th Street to Canal Street, District 3 is the area where most of the city's performing artists work, and many live. With that in mind, Quinn is critical of ...

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    Sir John Gielgud Dies at 96: Final Exit for Actor, Director, Writer, and Theatre Namesake

    Sir John Gielgud, an actor whose name has been synonymous with acting excellence for more than half a century, died Sun., May 21 at his home west of London. He was

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    Name That Musical Director: Everything is Rosie since John McDaniel became a household word.

    Musical directors and conductors are the unsung heroes of musical theatre. Diehard Broadway buffs can easily rattle off the names of stars and songwriters-and sometimes even directors-but few have the names of musical directors on the tip of their tongues.

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    BTI Awards

    Rosemary Harris will host the annual presentation of The Broadway Theater Institute's Awards for Excellence in Theater on Mon., May 8, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Club New York, 252 West 43rd St.,

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    NLRB May Probe Equity Election

    Two candidates in a recent Actors' Equity Association national council campaign have filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) regarding a union election official who distributed a letter personally criticizing them and other candidates.

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    Smith, Jesurun Win "Genius" Grants

    Playwright and performer Anna Deavere Smith, director and writer John Jesurun, and dancers Eiko and Koma Otake are among this year's 21 MacArthur

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    Gov. Davis Opens Runaway War Chest

    California Gov. Gray Davis joined the battle against runaway production on May 15, unveiling a proposed budget that includes the allocation of more than $50 million during the next three years "to stem the loss of jobs and production in the entertainment industry to other states and