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    "the claddagh story"

    Casting for independent feature film shooting on digital video in Nov., "The Claddagh Story." No pay, but meals and videocopy provided. Seeking—Old Irish Storyteller: 65-plus, accent a must, eccentricity a plus; Boy; six to eight, bright eyes. No experience necessary. Send pix & resumes ASAP to Caitlin Doyle, Box 0041 ...

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    McNally to Speak on "The Full Monty"

    The Dramatists Guild of America, Inc.'s presentation, "The Making of the Musical, 'The Full Monty' " will take place on Fri., Jan. 19, at 5:30 pm, at New Dramatists, 424 W. 44th St. (between Ninth and Tenth aves.).

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    The Tale of the Allergist's Wife

    Reviewed by Victor Gluck

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    "Passion play"

    2/8 and 2/9 from 9:30AM-5:30PM at AEA Audition Center, 165 W. 46 St., 2nd fl., NYC.

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    "monty" tour, singers w/dance

    3/1 at 9:30AM and 2PM at AEA Audition Center, 165 W. 46 St., 2nd fl., NYC.

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    singers, rappers, hip hop artists

    London-Sire Records is seeking soulful boy and girl singers, rappers, and hip hop artists, age 17 and up. To audition by phone, or for further information, call toll-free (866) I AM REAL (426-7325); or visit website www.areureal.com . Recording contract.

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    A new reading series at the Blue Heron Arts Center

    A new reading series at the Blue Heron Arts Center, produced by Back Stage contributor Leslie (Hoban) Blake, will introduce New York theatregoers to characters and themes of Canada.

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    comedy contest

    Stand-Up New York is holding a variety of comedy contests: funniest lawyer, doctor, teacher, gay & lesbian, etc. Top prize includes paid booking at Stand-Up New York. For contest information, call Bob Anzell at (212) 877-4766.

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    Actors' Equity Honors Rosetta LeNoire

    Veteran actress Rosetta LeNoire will receive the Paul Robeson Award presented annually by Actors' Equity Associ-ation. The award honors those artists who are committed to the struggle for social justice and equality. Throughout her career, spanning close to 75 years, LeNoire has fought against racial discrimination.

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    RSC's Henry VI Is Black

    Black actors in Shakespeare? Hardly a revolutionary concept. African-Americans were in Richard III in New York in 1821. Nevertheless, there has been more than a ripple of interest in the Royal Shakespeare Company's decision to cast David Oyelowo in the title role of Henry VI, which opens in Stratford-upon-Avon ...