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    DANCE DIARY - All-Balanchine, All-NYC Ballet

    During the first week of its winter season, New York City Ballet featured an all-Balanchine program consisting of "Ballo della Regina," "Kammermusik No. 2," "Sonatine," and "Brahms-Schoenberg

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    Tony Awards Set for June 4 - Eligibility Cutoff May 3; Venue, Host Not Yet Announced

    The Antoinette Perry (Tony) Awards for the 1999-2000 Broadway Season will be handed out June 4, at a venue to be announced later this week. A host had not been set by press time, Tony spokesman Tom Chioto told Back

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    2001 SUMMER SEASON

    The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum will hold Equity auditions and a non-required open call for non-union performers for its 2001 summer season. Season to include: Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, Medea, The Cradle Will Rock. Dir. Ellen Geer, Heidi Davis. Rehearsals start Apr. 19. Season runs Apr. 30-Oct. 21 ...

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    Library Holds Last Bazaar of The Century

    The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center will hold its annual performing arts bazaar on Jan. 11, from 10:30 am to 4 pm. Due to the library's upcoming two-year renovation, it will be the last such bazaar of the 20th

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    By any number of collaborations over the years, co

    By any number of collaborations over the years, connect the names of two performers or creators who have never worked together, and receive a Back Stage West T-shirt. Weekly winners are chosen by the creativity, cleverness, and brevity of their connections.

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    Franklin Classes

    Ruth Franklin, a New York voice-over instructor and performer, will start her 18th year of spring, eight-week master classes in March. Franklin has done thousands of voice-overs for national television and radio commercials, plus cartoon voices for many series. Class is held in a recording studio. A different facet of ...

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    Stevenson Honored

    Isabelle Stevenson, president of the American Theatre Wing, has received the Elizabeth Chapin Award for Volunteers in the Arts. She was honored at the New Yorker for New York Awards annual benefit dinner gala on Feb. 12 at the grand ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria. The gala raises more than ...

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    Corrections

    Phone-tag confusion led to our rewriting history in the April 28 review of "Our Lady of Sligo." De Valera most certainly was not England's prime minister. He was a leader of Sinn Fein and became, in 1932, president of the Irish Free