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    ACTORS' TAXES: Deducting Taxes and Interest

    Last week we began to talk about Itemized Deductions by explaining the medical deductions available to you. This week we'll continue with Itemized Deductions by discussing the deductibility of certain

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    "DOWNFALL"

    Jay Robert Jennings (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Downfall, a 35mm film about the rise and fall of a Hollywood producer. Five-week shoot starts Feb. 25. Copy and credit provided. There is no pay.

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    "THE VIAGRA MONOLOGUES"

    Gary Blumsac (prod.) is accepting submissions for The Viagra Monologues, a play giving the Adam answer to Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues". Dir. Dan Studney. Rehearsals start Feb. 17. Performances run Mar. 15-Apr. 15 at the Hudson Backstage.

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    PLACES, PLEASE: The Stage Manager's Job in the Theatre

    When a performance goes well it all looks so easy to the audience. Even in the most elaborate Broadway musical, scenery whirls out of view, the lighting changes, performers make their entrances and exits, oh so "effortlessly." No one knows that fact better than the people in charge of making ...

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    RSC's "Tantalus" Links Denver, UK

    The Denver Center Theatre Company and England's Royal Shakespeare Company will mount a $6 million, 15-hour production of "Tantalus," by John Barton, as part of its 2000-1 theatre season.

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    CRICTIC'S PICKS

    ¥ After-Play, presented by and at the Canon Theatre, 205 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills. Through Apr. 12. (310)

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    NEA Grants $1.4M for NY TV-Radio

    The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has provided 11 grants worth $1.44 million to New York City organizations for development, production and national distribution of radio and television arts

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    SAG Opposes Television Ratings Changes

    The Screen Actors Guild has joined the nation's writers and directors unions in opposing proposed changes to the new TV ratings

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    LONDON CALLING: Tempers Flare in Ads Dispute

    It is unclear why the media has been ignoring British Equity's dispute with the advertising industry, but because of the unofficial news blackout, the public has been unaware until recently that most actors have been refusing work in TV commercials since last September. The strike suddenly hit the front ...