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    EQUITY STAGE

    "YOU & ME AGAINST THE

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    "Caveman" Plaintiff Tells of Friendship Turned Foul

    "I worked with Rob Becker on staging, characterization, the writing cues, sound cues, lighting, and certainly in shaping the show, as a director does." So claims Peggy Klaus, who is asserting her rights as director of "Rob Becker's Defending the Caveman" in a lawsuit asking damages "believed to be ...

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    Insurance Bill Would Make Actors Indy Contractors

    Proposed New York state legislation--which ostensibly would exempt nightclubs and restaurants from having to pay unemployment insurance premiums on musicians-- could also affect actors who perform on stage, film, or television.

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    Auditions at a Glance

    Thursday, May

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    Complete History of a Successful Play

    The story goes something like this: A production designer at Walt Disney Imagineering sees a colleague wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the title of a play he's somewhat familiar with, The Complete Works of Wm Shkspr

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    THE ACTOR'S WAY: Family Affair - Commercial agent Leanna Levy describes the personal attention afforded actors who work with mid-sized agencies.

    Leanna Levy describes herself as a dinosaur in the commercial agency world. Aged to perfection would be more apt. For 30 years, Levy has been a commercial agent, almost 20 of them with her own agency. As the owner of the esteemed Cassell/Levy agency or C.L.I., Levy ...

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    SAG Lists Main Strike Issues

    When the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists begin negotiations for a new film and TV contract, the unions will focus on residuals, salary compression, industry consolidation, diversity, digital technology, and the Internet.

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    SUMMER STOCK"OLIVER!," "JOSEPH ," "FUNNY GIRL"

    5/8, 5/9, & 5/10 at 7PM; 5/11 at 11AM at Henderson Theatre, 850 Newman Springs Rd., Route 520, Lincroft,

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    MUSIC CIRCUS SEASON

    The California Musical Theatre is seeking a costume designer/coordinator, scenic designer/coordinator, lighting designer, technical director, rehearsal pianist, prop master, costume shop manager, costume craftspeople, wardrobe supervisor, cutter/draper, first hands, stitchers, and P.A.s for its 2001 season. Season to include: My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the ...

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    Ballet Hispanico Re-Joyces

    During its Joyce Theater season (Nov. 30-Dec. 12), Ballet Hispanico, under the artistic direction of Tina Ramirez, offered the world premiere of "Guajira," by Pedro Ruiz and the New York premiere of David Rouss've's "Somethin' from Nothin'." We saw these on Dec. 11, along with "Bury Me Standing ...