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    Senate Showing Power Support for NEAIn House, Two Absent Voters Might Have Made Difference

    Powerful Senate committee chairmen began specifying their support last week for the beleaguered National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Their endorsements appear vital, coming at a time when the Senate is preparing to consider NEA funding, and on the heels of the House's voting to eliminate the

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    "SCORPIONS" CREW

    Parviz Saghizadeh (prod./dir.) is seeking a line producer/production manager, A.D., location manager/scout, D.P., A.C., sound mixer, boom operator, non-linear editor, gaffer, grip, makeup artist, art director, prop master, set designer, script supervisor, music composer, and P.A.s for Scorpions, a 35mm feature-length dramatic ...

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    Films in Preparation

    Scarlett Mecca and the Pentagram Girl

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    NEA, TCG Offer Playwrights Residencies

    A total of 12 playwrights will receive $25,000 each in support of a residency offered by the National Endowment for the Arts and Theatre Communications

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    Actors' Fund Responds to Ruling On HIV+ Patients

    An official of the Actors' Fund of America suggested a measured response to a recent New York State Court of Appeals decision requiring medical professionals to treat patients infected with the AIDS virus. In an Oct. 15 ruling, the court broadened the interpretation of the state's human rights law ...

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    The Vegas Frontier - "Star Trek" Attraction Opens in Gaming Capital, With Talent a Major Draw

    In the 24th century, money is no longer needed. Poverty and most diseases have been eliminated. Peace on earth has been achieved. Huge starships roam the galaxy on behalf of a United Federation of Planets, their continuing mission to expand the frontiers of knowledge. Most powerful and prestigious among them ...

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    BISTRO BITS: Joie de Vivre

    Barbara Brussell is making her Algonquin Oak Room debut through June 3 with her new show "I Wish You Love," deftly directed by Scott Barnes. With brilliant musical director Christopher Marlowe at the piano and bassist Steve La Spina, Brussell charms the room with show tunes, trenchant ballads, and songs ...

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    Corrections

    In our "AUDELCO's Honor African-American Theatre Achievements" article on page 42 of our Nov. 6 issue, we incorrectly listed the awards as presented on Nov. 2. Actually, they will be presented on Mon., Nov. 16, at 8 pm at Aaron Davis Hall, City College, 134th St. and Convent Ave ...