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    Musical "Camille"

    "The Camille Act," selections from the new musical "La Dame aux Camƒlias," plays The Triad, Mon., May 12, at 10:30 pm. Presented by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the show is written by Julia Gregory and musical-directed by Michael

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    Music Hall Reopens Gala Celebration Follows $70M Restoration

    Radio City Music Hall re-opened Monday night after a $70-million, seven-month restoration-the Art Deco, Depression-era landmark theatre's second major refurbishment since the 1970s. Such disparate acts as Tony Bennett, Billy Crystal, Ann Miller, Ann-Margret, Sting, Mary J. Blige, Shirley Jones, Raquel Welch, and-of course-36 Rockettes appeared in the gala ...

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    Kennedy Center Grants $132,500 To Theatres, Writers

    Three American plays, all centering on multi-cultural themes, and the theatres that will premiere them have received $132,500 in grants from the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays.

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    Flora Roberts,

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    "Elephant Man' 20th Anni.

    To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Tony-Award winning play "The Elephant Man," Kevin Jay Productions in association with The Theatre St. Clement's will revive the show for a limited run. From Sept. 2 to 25, a new generation of theatregoers and old fans will have the chance to ...

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    AFTRA Votes Shelby Scott 4th Term

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-Shelby Scott has been re-elected to an unprecedented fourth term as national president of the American Federation of Television & Radio

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    Manage This: Agents and managers are debating their evolving business like never before. What's in it for actors?

    Being able to say "talk to my manager" no doubt has its allure for many performers who see a personal manager on one's payroll (imagine having a payroll) as a sign of a career on the move. To others, a personal manager evokes images of self-indulgent nonsense on the ...

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    Madison, Wisc. Lands $50M for New Arts District

    The city of Madison, Wisconsin has been promised $50 million for the construction of a new arts district in its downtown area. Its benefactor is the Overture Foundation, a philanthropic group whose chairman happens to have a history of cultural involvement with the

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    "THE LIBRARIAN"

    Diane Paige (prod./dir.) is seeking a gaffer, key grip, 1st A.C., art director, script supervisor, production manager/A.D., and P.A.s for The Librarian, a non-sync-sound film for LMU about a woman with facial blemishes deciding not to cover them up. Weekend shoot starts Feb. 23 ...