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    PROFILE: Toonsmiths: Working life's been a jolly holiday for Disney songwriters Richard and Robert Sherman.

    You may not know their names, but chances are that Richard and Robert Sherman had a bigger impact on your childhood than Dr. Spock, Mother Goose, and every superhero all rolled together. The results of their influence‹especially if you have kids, younger siblings, or a personal penchant for Disneyland ...

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    NYSCA Deputy Moves to TDF

    Michael Royce, a deputy director of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), is scheduled to leave the agency in May to become director of programming at the Theatre Development Fund

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    SALUTING HUGHES MOSS CASTING: Julie Hughes & Barry Moss - Your Friends in the Audition Room

    A feeling of down-to-earth, human warmth pervades the atmosphere in the office of Hughes Moss Casting Ltd.-none of the clich d heavy-duty "hustle" that many people expect when they think of life behind the scenes at high levels in show business. And Hughes Moss is a high-level and a ...

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    CHOREOGRAPHER, "THE MUSIC MAN"

    Kelly DuPee (prod.) is seeking a choreographer for The Music Man. Dir. John Lewis. Performances run June 29-July 8 at Faith Community Church. There is some pay. For information call (626) 858-8400, ext. 270.

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    VLA Seminars For Fall Announced

    Artists anxious about copyrighting their work and theatre companies curious about filing for not-for-profit status will find something of interest in New York City's Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts' fall seminar

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    LCT Fall Shows

    Lincoln Center Theater will present David Hare's adaptation of Chekhov's "Ivanov" and Tina Howe's new play "Pride's Crossing" during its fall

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    Women's Confab Slated for November

    Some of the most notable playwrights, directors, and administrators of the American theatre will participate in the two-day "Women in Theatre" conference in New York City, Nov. 7-8. Wendy Wasserstein, Emily Mann, Paula Vogel, Maria Irene Fornes and others will be on hand as

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    BITS & BITES

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    "THE WORLD OF HOLES"

    Michael Victor Roy (dir.) is accepting submissions for The World of Holes, a non-sync-sound 16mm film for USC about a reclusive man, caged by fears and insecurities, observing the world from the outside. Prod. Azalea Lee. Four-weekend shoot starts Mar. 23. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.