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    "Cabaret" Opens Again After Losing 35 Shows, $1.5M

    There was reason to rejoice at the offices of the Roundabout Theatre Company this week. Four weeks after a devastating business interruption, the producers of the hit revival, "Cabaret," announced that the musical would be back on stage at the Kit Kat Klub beginning Thursday, Aug.

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    No Love Letter Lost Between ATPAM and League

    The Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers (ATPAM) has charged the League of American Theatres and Producers with a pattern of anti-union

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    Actor's Awards Tour

    It's tempting to think of actor Ron Campbell, who makes most of his living doing theatre on the West Coast, as the last of a dying breed—except that there never really has been a breed of full-time L.A.-based theatre actors, at least not in Campbell's ...

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    "ISSUES"

    Ken Schuyler (prod.) is accepting submissions for Issues, a digital comedy/drama about generation-x relationships. Dir. Paul Caine. Two-weekend shoot starts Feb. 24. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is deferred pay.

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    TALENT SHOW CREW

    Peter Rosevski (dir.) is seeking a prop maker, fashion designer, and P.A. for a talent show. Prod. Lew Rywin. Performance June 24 at Warner Bros. Studios. Copy provided. There is no pay. Send resumé by Mar. 31 to International Theatre Arts, 264 S. La Cienega Blvd., #401, Beverly Hills ...

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    Hazel Lane (prod.) is accepting submissions for B-

    Hazel Lane (prod.) is accepting submissions for B-Board, a digital film. Dir. Todd Lane. Shoots Oct. 5. Credit provided. There is no pay.

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    SAG-AFTRA Reveals Pact Talks Info

    Press leaks in the supposed secret negotiations on a new theatrical-TV contract have led to two actions: 1) As a means of amends, the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers (AMPTP) joined hands last weekend at a public banquet of crow; 2) SAG-AFTRA have provided members with ...

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    Our "Enteractive" Future: High Market Value for Entertainment

    Some say the day of true interactivity looms near, about 18 months away, but others believe that the widespread assimilation of interactive media technology will take between three to 10 years to take place. Most experts believe that when interactivity does arrive, the economic value of entertainment and that of ...

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    RANDOM SIGHTINGS

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    SPOTLIGHT ON SUMMER TRAINING PROGRAMS: Styles of Acting - Through a variety of "methods," actors can hone their craft.

    Did you make a New Year's resolution to hone your craft this summer? From Meisner to Method, from Stella to Steppenwolf, studios across the country offer intensive acting programs, with a menu of options ranging from conservatory-style approaches to à la carte classes. So if you want to pick ...