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    Emotional Makeup"In the 1950s, especially in Britian, people did not talk about their feelings," said English actress Julie Walters during a recent discussion of her darkly comic work in the film Intimate

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    NEW YORK NOTES: Ladies' Nights - Off-Broadway is currently host to a number of strong performances by members of the fairer sex.

    Several larger-than-life ladies are currently holding forth Off-Broadway-Marian Seldes as the English stage star Mrs. Patrick Campbell in Dear Liar at the Irish Repertory Theatre, Twiggy as musical comedy legend Gertrude Lawrence in If Love Were All at the Lucille Lortel, Priscilla Lopez as the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo in ...

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    "HAPPY ENDINGS"

    Chris Fernando (dir.) is accepting submissions for Happy Endings, a sync-sound 16mm short about a writer trying to finish a story. Three-week shoot starts Feb. 24. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    PACIFIC CHORALE SEASON

    The Pacific Chorale will hold auditions for singers for its upcoming season. Prod. Rob Istad, dir. John Alexander. There is pay. Bring an aria or art song in any language that shows off voice. Sight reading will be tested. Auditions will be held by appt. only Sat., Mar. 3, 10 ...

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    Reproductions Reproduces

    Getting new headshots is probably not an actor's favorite thing to do—driving around town, researching, looking at books, comparing prices, wondering if you're getting a good deal, worrying about the prints. A new kind of printing facility, however, might make the whole process a little less tiresome ...

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    Spotlight on Photographers and Marketing Tools: Hit 'Em With Your Best Shot

    Headshots and reels are your calling cards to the industry. Make sure they're doing their

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    TORONTO - A year ago, Factory Theatre had major financial problems--problems so grave that it looked like the company, which helped spearhead the growth of Canadian theatre in the 1970s, would soon lose its pulse altogether.