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    Mighty Quinn Goes on Tour

    Actors' Equity President Patrick Quinn met with union members across the country last month to hear their concerns and discuss the future. He also met with professionals on the other side of the casting table, including producers and artistic directors.

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    50 short persons, corp. event

    Naomi's World of Entertainment is seeking 50 male and female persons under 5'1" tall for corporate work. Pay. Event date Nov. 24. Contact Naomi Kolstein at (800) 304-4911 for details. Also, send pix & resumes to Naomi's World of Entertainment, 14 Rodman Place, New Hempstead, NY 10977; email info@naomisworld.com .

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    "Chorus line," walnut st. thr.

    2/13 at 10AM and 2PM at 890 Broadway Studios, 6th fl., NYC.

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    Everybody Wants to Write a Musical

    On one of December's seemingly inexhaustible supply of bitterly cold evenings, an overflow crowd of people wedged into a small, overheated basement room at the Blue Heron Arts Center on East 24th St., straining capacity at more than double the expected attendance. These eager folks were lured into the ...

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    Two Local Filmmakers Agree: Make Your Mistakes on Student/ Short Films

    After "Pi," his black and white no-budget debut film (actual cost: $60,000), won myriad awards—including the coveted Best Director Award at Sundance—Brooklyn-born Darren Aronofsky decided to beat the dreaded sophomore slump. He revived his own dream of adapting Hubert ("Last Exit to Brooklyn") Selby's "Requiem for ...

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    bucks co. & pocono Playhouse

    2/26 from 10AM-2PM and 2-6PM & 2/27 from 10AM-1PM and 2-6PM at Nola Studios, 250 W. 54 St., 11th fl., NYC.

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    Society Saves Singers Who Send Out SOS

    The little known Society of Singers (SOS) is a high note when a singer hits a low note, metaphorically speaking.

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    Of Sound Minds: NEA, TCG Expand Program

    Sound designers who have been left out of the annual National Endowment for the Arts/Theatre Communications Guild (NEA/TCG) Career Develop-ment Programs for Directors and Designers have reason to celebrate. The next round of the program, with its $17,500 grants, will be opened to sonic designers as well ...

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    Policeman Shot Actor in Back

    A policeman who killed an actor—a Screen Actors Guild member—who was holding a realistic fake gun at a Halloween party shot the man in the back of the head and in the back, an autopsy report showed.