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    SAG Releases Landmark Study

    The Screen Actors Guild was scheduled Thurs., Feb. 24, to unveil a landmark study of African-American performers in primetime

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    Nickelodeon Fellowships

    Nickelodeon Productions has reportedly just created a new fellowship program, aimed at attracting culturally and ethnically diverse writers. Five one-year fellowships will be offered in Los Angeles and New York, in both the Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. live-action, animated TV, and feature film

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    Cohen Co. Wins Arbitration over Tonys

    Alexander Cohen's long-running battle against the League of American Theatres and Producers ended happily for the showman, but he never learned about it. An arbitrator ruled in Cohen's favor April 21-the day before Cohen died of respiratory failure at Lenox Hill

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    $150,000; $100,000 Playwright Prizes: Onassis Contest Now Accepting Submissions

    The Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation is now accepting original theatrical play submissions for awards of $150,000, $100,000, and $75,000. The deadline for submissions is Dec. 31, 1999 and prizes will be awarded in Athens, in the autumn of 2001.

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    Ballot Recount Shakes SAG - Some Board Members Allege Fraud in Executive Committee Balloting

    (BPI) LOS ANGELESā€¹The Screen Actors Guild's board of directors is in turmoil following an important board vote that was overturned when a recount found the ballots had been badly

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    Equity, League Begin Talk on Production Contract

    The Actors' Equity Association and the League of American Theatres and Producers will sit down for what looks to be a summer of negotiations beginning Mon., July 15. Equity's Production contract with the league--which covers actors and stage managers working on Broadway, pre-Broadway shows, national tours, and bus-and-truck productions--expired ...

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR - A Light Inside

    With a Katy Selverstone performance, we're immediately put on notice that we're in the presence of something extraordinary, and our initial reflex is to see the technique. In Scotland Road, Jeffrey Hatcher's play about a mysterious young woman who appears to be a supernaturally preserved present-day survivor ...