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    Hot Show, "Cabaret,'' Center of Hot Zone Kit Kat Klub May Be Closed by City up to Four Weeks

    Following last week's construction accident at Four Times Square, Broadway shows and Times Square businesses have struggled with city mandated closures to protect public safety. Hardest hit was Broadway's hottest show, "Cabaret," at the Kit Kat Klub. The Kit Kat Klub is at the epicenter of the hot ...

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    Cast Changes

    Stephen R. Buntrock,

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    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

    "Martin Guerre" Worth The

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    AWARD MAKERS - Snapshot to Statuette

    It all began in 1994 in the halls of the Center Theatre Group annex, a former city morgue north of the Music Center in downtown L.A. Chris Komuro, who works there as a graphic artist for CTG, was doing some design work for Theatre L.A., and asked colleagues ...

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    SHAKSPEARE FESTIVAL

    The Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival will hold an Equity and non-Equity open call for its 2001 Spring season. Season to include: Romeo and Juliet and As You Like It. Performances run Feb. 20-May 12. Travel and lodging provided. There is pay for non-Equity performers.

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    "BEN FRANKLIN"

    Mark Barbour (prod.) will hold auditions for Ben Franklin, a school tour. Dir. Kent Johnson. One-year contract starts Feb. 15 at the Heritage Theatre. There is pay.

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    Theatreworks/USA To Open Chelsea Rehearsal Space

    Another salve to New York theatre's rehearsal space crisis may reach the city by summer's end. Theatreworks/USA, a theatre for young and family audiences, has announced that it is converting one and a half floors of a building on West 26th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues ...

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    Klugman, Seldes In Public Reading

    Three-time Emmy Award-winning actor Jack Klugman and Tony-winner Marian Seldes will give featured readings at a special free lunch-hour program Fri., April 24 from 12:30 to 1:30 pm at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian

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    Olivier Award Noms Announced

    Paul Scofield, Vanessa Redgrave, Eileen Atkins, Diana Rigg, and Robert Lindsay have received nominations for the 1997 Laurence Olivier Awards. Jessica Lange and Maggie Smith have

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    Dowling Gets Pioneer's Welcome

    Robert J. Dowling, editor in chief and publisher of The Hollywood Reporter, became the first publisher ever to receive the Pioneer of the Year Award from the Foundation of the Motion Picture Pioneers at the organization's 62nd annual gala last Thursday night.