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    Free "Much Ado About Nothing"

    As part of the West Side Community Garden's Arts and Crafts Festival on Sat. Sept. 26, the Manhattan Shakespeare Company will present an outdoor script-in-hand performance of "Much Ado About Nothing" at 2 pm.

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    Mayor Tells DCA to Cut $1.8M for FY97Giuliani Projects 15 Percent Reduction for Fiscal 98

    New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has called for a 2.5 percent, or $1.8 million, cut in the city Cultural Affairs Department (DCA) budget for fiscal 1997. He has also projected a 15 per cent reduction in the DCA budget for FY98, which begins July 1,

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    SFX Trims, Extends Chicago "Fosse,' Delaying Toronto

    In its first overt action since assuming most of the assets of Livent, SFX Entertainment has extended the hit national tour of "Fosse" in Chicago at least through the holidays-and thus postponed the show's scheduled Toronto opening in December. The irony is that previous Livent premieres had all been ...

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    Cabaret's Intimacy Tips Fundraising Scale

    Cabaret star Steve Ross and actress Frances Sternhagen recently drew 200 people to a fundraiser to restore a Westchester church. The performers' dedication epitomizes cabaret's nature and its unique value as a fundraising

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    Manager Maulings, Back

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    NYSCA Announces Restructuring and a New Five-Year Plan

    The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) has announced a proposed long range plan aimed at restructuring the organization's goals and priorities. The decision to re-organize the grant-giving council's objectives, as well as adopting strategies to achieve them, was brought about by recent changes.

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    Mayor Giuliani to Give Crystal Apples to Actors Sorvino, Broderick, Parker

    Mayor Rudolph Giuliani will present the Crystal Apple awards on Tues., June 8, to actor Paul Sorvino, and husband-and-wife thespians Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker.

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    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

    Follow the Yellow Brick

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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