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    This Little Act Went to Market Ideas for Successful Self-Promotion

    Whether you've been performing for years, or are in the planning stages of your first act, on any budget, you can still put together an audience mailing, press materials, and a media contact list for successful self-promotion. To celebrate Cabaret Month, Back Stage would like to provide you with ...

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    Simon Studio Offers Training With Radio/TV

    Now in its 18th year, the Roger Hendricks Simon Studio is offering a new training program that will initially showcase actors, directors, and writers on public access cable TV and National Public Radio during May/June. Scenes, monologues, and projects will be developed in Simon's professional lab master class ...

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    Ballentine Studio

    The Marjorie Ballentine Studio is now offering a program which merges American and British acting techniques in a two-year Professional Training Program. The Ballentine Program offers a unique integration of two world-renowned acting methods, with a foundation in movement, voice, Alexander technique, one-on-one tutorials several times a week, and monthly ...

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    "I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE"

    Gary DeMattei (dir.) is accepting submissions for I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, a musical revue. Prod. Michael Smythe. Performances run through Jan. 7 at Theatre on San Pedro Square in San José. There is pay.

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    "HEY ANITA"

    Bob Ballantyne (prod.) will hold auditions for Hey Anita. Recording starts late Feb. There is pay.

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    Between Page and Stage

    Question: If it doesn't look like a play (really), but it sounds like a play (almost), then what (probably) is it?

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    Obituaries

    Viola Sheely, 41,

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    CENTERSTAGE: Tony Forecast

    The Broadway season, usually noted for its new and revived musicals, this year instead turned its focus to straight plays-American revivals, British and Irish imports of new plays and revivals of American plays, plus a few original American

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    BREAKOUT TALENT: Christian Campbell - The Trick to a Great Summer

    Most young actors could consider themselves lucky to achieve one major career break within a year. This summer, the multi-talented Christian Campbell has garnered high praise for his performances in both a hit stage musical and a record-breaking film, and-lest he be accused of laziness-he also runs an up-and-coming local ...

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    Correction

    We mistakenly placed "Hedwig and The Angry Inch'' on Theatre Row. It is, in fact playing at the Jane Street