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    Carpenter Wins Blackburn Award

    Bridget Carpenter has won the top Susan Smith Blackburn Award of $10,000 for her play "Fall," about an adolescent girl. Carpenter, a member of New Dramatists, is 30, New York-born, and now based in Los Angeles. "Fall" will have its first full production at Trinity Repertory Company, in Providence ...

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    LONDON CALLING

    Time Up for

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    SPINELLI

    If the wind-up of Dan Riley's philosophical, satirical, teleological (and, yes, theological) theatrical conundrum equalled its buildup, we would have a lollapalooza of a play here. And it is that—for about three-quarters of its course, until we must face the fact that playwright Riley's vaulting ambition confronts ...

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    DON'T PAY TO PLAY.

    DON'T PAY TO PLAY.

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    Radio City Tells Author It Will Drop "Carol" Segment

    Radio City Music Hall has apparently decided to drop the 12-minute "Christmas Carol" section from two productions of its annual Christmas Spectacular, according to the attorney for a former employee who has sued Radio City for copyright

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    CASTING

    CLUB TALENT -Club talent notices are open to both union and non-union performers as they do not fall under union

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    Directors Attend To Viewpoints

    Directors Tina Landau and Oscar Eustis will take part in the 1998 National Director Training Symposium, to be held at New York University on Jan. 9-11, 1998. The focus of the event will be "Viewpoint Theory and American Performance." Viewpoint theory--formulated by choreographer Mary Overlie, developed by her and Wendell ...

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    DANCE DIARY - Diaghilev, as Seen by Tony Tanner

    In 1916 Sergei Diaghilev brought his Ballets Russes to the Century Theatre in New York. No one could have foreseen that 81 years later actor-director Tony Tanner would write and perform Charlatan: A Memoir of Sergei Diaghilev and The Ballets Russes, in which he would bring the great impresario to ...

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