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    Foundry Theatre's Legacy Series Passes on the History of Theatre

    A small but attentive crowd of people gathered on a recent Saturday afternoon in an elegant anteroom of the historic Cooper Union at Astor Place. Seated in an unruly horseshoe, the crowd directed its rapt interest to an unprepossessing couple of senior citizens. The first was a small woman in ...

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    Correx

    In our article on the Equity-Livent Production Contract (Back Stage, April 4 issue), we inadvertently misrepresented an aspect of the agreement concerning the exchange program between Equity and British Equity actors. The article pointed out that the Livent agreement differed from the League of American Theatres and Producer's Production ...

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    Bit Parts - Tune in to the Cabaret

    No Cover! No Minimum! No Commercials! Public television is getting into the cabaret game with "Cabaret Thirteen," a three-hour, live special set to air on Sun., Aug. 24, at 8 pm on Channel Thirteen.

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    Correction

    The "Music Houses That Jingle" listing (Jan. 31, page 27) mistakenly identified Big Rumble Music as only accepting tapes from singers for Spanish language jingles. Big Rumble produces English language commercials

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    The Actor's Way: Chemistry Lessons - Casting director Jeff Greenberg explains the last-minute changes that often occur when putting together the perfect pilot.

    For the last 13 years, Jeff Greenberg has been happily ensconced on the Paramount lot, where he cast Cheers for the final seven of its 11 seasons and Frasier for the subsequent six. Like most casting directors, he began as an actor, but, unlike most casting directors, Greenberg acted successfully ...

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    Repertorio Espa"ol Spawns U.S.-Cuban Theatre Exchange

    When Pope John Paul II visited Cuba last month, leading to the freeing of political prisoners, he didn't really have anything on Gilberto Zald'var.

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    Auditions at a Glance

    In order to help Back Stage readers better manage their time, we're providing this day-to-day calendar of walk-in auditions for the coming week.. Complete details appear on the pages indicated. For all mail-in, by appointment, and future casting, refer to the casting pages beginning

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    SAG/NY Witnesses Lawyer Dispute

    (BPI)-A group claiming to represent more than 300 Screen Actors Guild members in New York is protesting what it says is the growing involvement in SAG affairs of labor lawyer Arthur

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    Eastern Regional Equity Meeting Boasts Full Agenda

    Tony Award-winning actor Eli Wallach, and his wife, Tony nominee Anne Jackson, will be guest speakers at the Actor's Equity Association (AEA) Eastern regional membership meeting at 1 pm, Fri., Jan. 9, in the Equity building, 165 W. 46th St., in the Council Room on the 14th