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    Broadway to Broadcast

    Legit theatre fans are increasingly being offered the option of staying home and watching a Broadway show in the relative comfort of their living rooms, courtesy of television. The list of stage shows that have been or will be broadcast in the latter half of this year includes the Jujamcyn-produced ...

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    epa, "summer of '42"

    2/10 & 2/11 from 10AM-6PM at Chelsea Studios, 151 W. 26 St., 6th fl., NYC.

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    AFTRA's New Exec Steps Into Beehive Of Contract Talks

    The current nationwide commercials-contract strike is heavy on the minds of all members of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), who are walking the lines with their fellows in the Screen Actors Guild. But, for Greg Hessinger, AFTRA's new national executive director, the commercials contract represents ...

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    PULL-QUOTES FOR ARTICLE BEGINNING ON PAGE 29

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    'Bent' Defunded in St. Louis

    When legislators and theatre companies butt heads, it's usually the theatre company that finishes second. Here recently—in a morass of mishaps and a great amount of backing and filling, blushing and going, "Aw, shucks!"—an anonymous Missouri state legislator and the Missouri Arts Council forced a small St ...

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    Repertorio Español, INTAR Seek Latino-Themed Plays

    Dramatists who have something to say about the experiences of Hispanics, grab your pens or switch on your word processors. Your talents are needed and wanted. Both Repertorio Español and INTAR, International Arts Relations, Inc., want to find and nurture writing talent; INTAR is also looking for directors and designers ...

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    BC/EFA Helps Make HIV Struggle Bearable

    Here are the bear facts: Every year Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS holds an annual event called "Broadway Bears," which should not be confused with another of the organization's annual events, "Broadway Bares." The difference is that the latter involves removing clothing to wild applause; the former (scheduled for ...

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    Miranda's Last Rites

    The economy is booming, recession is but a distant memory, and real estate prices are soaring. That may be good news for Wall Street, but it isn't cheering very many people Off-Off-Broadway.

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    Open, "Aida" first nat'l tour

    2/9 from 11AM-7PM at Bernard Telsey Casting, 145 W. 28 St., Ste. 12F, NYC.

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    Equity Fines Williams $52K

    Actors' Equity flexed its collective muscle and punished Barry Williams with one of the largest fines the union has ever levied, as retribution for his work in an ongoing non-union tour. After a long hearing on the matter Jan. 8, Equity levied a fine of $52,274—equivalent to two ...