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    "THE THRAUCO'S DAUGHTER" CREW

    Francisca Fuenzalida (dir.) is seeking a producer, UPM, and 1st A.D. for The Thrauco's Daughter, a sync-sound 35mm short about a 14-year-old girl who discovers that her father is the owner of the hacienda where her mother works. Six-day shoot starts late Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided ...

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    "NOAH FLEMM"

    Colin Drake (dir.) is accepting submissions for Noah Flemm, a sync-sound digital mocumentary for LMU about life after college. One-day shoot late Feb. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    Dancers Walk: Strike at Dance Theatre of Harlem

    Members of the Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) have called a strike, rejecting a one-year collective bargaining agreement offered by management and vowing to withhold their

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    Senate Approves NEA Chairman

    A key Senate committee has approved the nomination of Bill Ivey as the new chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts

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    "Stupid Kids" Shutters

    The party is over for "Stupid Kids." The acclaimed Off-Broadway transfer closed its doors suddenly on Oct. 4 after 48 performances at the Century Theatre. It had been playing there since Aug. 25, following a successful summer run at the WPA

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    Agents Push SAG For Rule Rewrite; Guild to Study Proposals, Though Some Leaders See Conflicts

    (BPI) LOS ANGELES-Hollywood's talent agents have proposed sweeping changes to the Screen Actors Guild's agency regulations-changes that the agents say are needed so that they can compete on a "level playing field" with Hollywood's unregulated personal managers. Many SAG board members, however, are expressing concern that the ...

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    "DARK FOCUS"

    Sebastien Roche-Lochen (dir.) is accepting submissions for Dark Focus, a non-sync-sound film for USC about four girls killed by spirits during a seance. Shoot starts Mar. There is no pay.

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    B'way's '95-'96 Season Sets Record For Ticket Sales

    The Broadway theatre, both in New York and on tour, experienced a record-breaking 1995-96 season, with North American ticket sales exceeding $1.24 billion, a 12.4 percent increase over last

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    "SLIPPING AWAY"

    Brent Collins (prod.) is accepting submissions for Slipping Away, a digital lighthearted drama relating to a young adult's confusion in life. Dir. Jay Ustenheimer. Five-week shoot starts late Feb. Copy and credit provided. There is no pay.