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    Filming in New York

    With summer approaching, the number of film and television projects in New York--both independent and studio-backed--traditionally takes an upswing. Warmer weather means more opportunities for outdoor scenes. Here's a complete listing of current and upcoming productions. Note: Casting directors stress that performers should not visit or call their offices ...

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    Sunrise, Sundance

    This year marks Utah's sesquicentennial year of the arrival of Brigham Young and the Mormon pioneers into the Salt Lake Valley. Just as hundreds of modern-day Mormons were crossing the Western Plains, reenacting this 150-year-old trek, about 60 theatre critics from across the country gathered in Salt Lake City ...

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    Times Square Stands Still After Hoist Collapses

    Tuesday, July 22, may be remembered as the day Times Square stood still. An elderly woman was killed, street traffic was diverted as far north as 57th Street, surrounding blocks were evacuated, and three theatre shows were cancelled. All due to the collapse of a large section of a personnel ...

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    One-Acts on the Beach: Leonard Foglia Directs "Beautiful Sea" at MTC

    "My job became how to unify the evening more and more and more. My goal was to have it a complete evening, rather than an evening of one-acts. When the playwrights wrote them, they had individual titles. But when you see them now, it doesn't even say 'three one-act ...

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    "6 FEET UNDER"

    Frank Nunez (dir.) will hold auditions for 6 Feet Under, a 16mm inner-city drama for Cal State Northridge about the consequence of a wrong choice. Prod. Carlos Reza, Alicia Flores. Two-weekend shoot starts Mar. 2 in L.A. and San Diego. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is ...

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    "LAGUNA TOTS"

    Joshua Vecchione (dir.) will hold auditions for Laguna Tots. Rehearsals start Feb. 17. Performances run Mar. 30-Apr. 1 at the Forum Theatre. There is no pay.

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    A Panel: Crazy for You...the Stage - Panel of Top Artists Analyze This Screwy Business

    A panel of top theatre talent recently tackled the intriguing topic of "craziness" in The Business. But the success of these distinguished artists indicates they can't be quite as "crazy" as the discussion's title

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    Arts-Ed Board in First Meeting

    The advisory board for the new $36 million arts-in-education partnership initiative with New York City schools has begun to form, and its leaders have prepared a new timeline for arts groups to submit