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    Applications for the San Francisco Fringe 2000 (Sept. 7-17, 2000) will be available in January to be accepted beginning in February with an open lottery Mar.

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    League Releases New Audience Survey for Tours

    The League of American Theatres and Producers has released an initial biennial analysis, "The Audience for Touring Broadway: A Demographic Study."

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    Getting Over the First Few Bars - West Coast Musical Theatre Conference offers encouragement tempered with practicality.

    At last weekend's first annual West Coast Musical Theatre Conference, approximately 250 musical theatre artists gathered at the Los Angeles Theatre Center to make professional contacts and share advice related to the development of new musicals. The two-evening event was sponsored by the 18-year-old nonprofit Broadway-on-Sunset group, in association ...

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    BISTRO BITS: With One Look

    Making her official Cafe Carlyle debut, Betty Buckley once again proves why she remains one of today's most popular drawing cardsā€¹on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and at all points in between. Always a force to be reckoned with, this time out Buckley has chosen a mixed bag of tunes and ...

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    SAG/NY's Prez, Chair Discuss Nominees

    Last week, Back Stage published an article about seven actors running as an independent slate for the New York and national boards of Screen Actors Guild. We received several phone calls and letters from candidates responding to the article. To assure a balance, this week we'll discuss SAG/NY ...

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    Artists Eye Stage Smoke

    Actors' Equity Association and the musicians of Local 802 are both currently working to assure members' safety when they're exposed to Broadway stages' smoke and fog. Each union is combining its efforts with the League of American Theatres and

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    BISTRO BITS

    'Da Noise, 'da Talent, 'da