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    Unions and Arts Agencies Say, "We're Y2K OK'

    From entertainment unions to arts funding groups, the word is AOK on their readiness for Y2K. Which means actors should see no delays in receiving residuals, and arts organizations needn't fear their names disappearing from government funding rosters. Theatres will also stay on the rolls at their service

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    "Corpus Christi" in Santa Ana; Rude Guerrilla Theatre Company nabs debut of McNally play.

    For the second year in a row, an up-and-coming Orange County theatre organization has scooped other Southland groups by securing the West Coast premiere rights to an important Terrence McNally play with a spiritual theme. Last year, the Rude Guerrilla Company in Santa Ana offered a production of McNally's ...

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    Bit Parts : War on Ward

    Ward Morehouse III, the New York Post theatre columnist who treats every hike in Broadway ticket prices as history-making news, is suffering a backlash for his most recent such article. Morehouse reported in the March 17 Post that producers of "Phantom of the Opera" and "Les Misrables" planned to raise ...

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    IATSE Votes Broadway Strike

    With negotiations "far from resolution," the Broadway stagehands' union has voted to authorize a strike against the League of American Theatres and Producers that could begin as early as Thanksgiving. But the league has said it considers the strike threat only a negotiating

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    Laurence Olivier Awards

    The BBC award for best play: "Goodnight Children, Everywhere" by Richard