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    "Caveman" Smokes "Joe"; "Tony" Smears "Grease"

    Following are the Broadway Show League scores for the games played Thurs., May

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    ANNIE WARBUCKS

    If the Tony-winning comic-strip musical Annie (1977) is considered a guilty pleasure, enjoying its much maligned sequel Annie Warbucks has to be the epitome of self-crimination. This ill-fated show, which was derailed by investors en route to Broadway in 1983 and briefly surfaced Off-Broadway, is generally regarded as a stiff ...

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    They Who Give Gave Big in '99, Trust Reports

    Good news for not-for-profit organizations, including the arts: Charitable giving surpassed $190 billion in 1999, an increase of more than $15 billion over the last two years.

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    "BUFFALO BILL'S DEFUNCT WHO..."

    Matt Wilkins (dir.) is accepting submissions for Buffalo Bill's Defunct Who Used to Ride a Watersmooth-Silver Stallion, a 16mm film. Prod. Eliza Fox. Shoot starts Apr. in Seattle, WA. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is pay.

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    CHORUS CALLSSINGERS, MUSIC CIRCUS

    2/20 at 10AM & 2PM at the AEA Audition Center, 165 W. 46 St., 2nd fl., Studio D,

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    SAG Awards a "Beauty" Pageant

    "The joint is an observatory tonight," remarked Whoopi Goldberg in her introduction to the sixth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards last Sunday night, "We're looking at people who get restless in their own skins, and have to step into someone elses." Her words set the tone for an evening ...

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    TO THE POINTE - Whether dancing, singing, or acting, Bebe Neuwirth applies the same discipline and focus.

    Back Stage West/Drama-Logue recently spoke with New York-based triple-threat Bebe Neuwirth, whose versatility has enabled her to bounce back and forth between stage and screen. Highly acclaimed for her recently ended long run on Broadway as Velma Kelly in Chicago, Neuwirth was accorded the 1997 Tony award for best ...

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    NEWSWIRE Off the Wire

    ARIZONA-- The Phoenix-based theatre company Actors Workout, Inc. has announced plans for the Theatre of the New Millennium, a state-of-the-art underground, stacked, solar-powered theatre/sound stage. The project, which is targeted to be completed by the year 2000, will be designed by architect Kamal Amin, who worked with Frank Lloyd ...