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    Dodgers Go Worldwide

    Dodger Stage Holding Theatricals, Inc. has announced that it will be converting the former Loews Cineplex Odeon at Worldwide Plaza into five legitimate playhouses.

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    Phil Roth (1928-2002)

    Veteran character actor Phil Roth died on July 15 of colon cancer in L.A. Born in Kansas City, Mo., he served in the U.S. Army during World War II and then moved to New York City, where he began studying with Lee Strasberg.

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    Film Production Updates

    Films in Preparation

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    Summer Reading Supplement

    Back Stage West weighs in on summer reads

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    NYPL Exhibits on Rodgers, Kids Lit.

    The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts introduced two new exhibits on June 28. The first, "Music by Richard Rodgers," showcases the works of the musical legend in a multimedia exhibition running through Sept. 28 in the Vincent Astor Gallery, 11 Amsterdam Ave.

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    Public Announces New Executive Director

    Coming off what, by any perspective, was an enormously successful season artistically, the Public Theater is now looking to put its administrative house in order.

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    SAG Personal Finance Seminar July 29

    A financial seminar that will address such topics as learning to earn, putting your money where your values are, and setting goals to help make your values real, will be held July 29 from 5:30-8 pm at the Screen Actors' Guild. The guild is located at 1515 Broadway, 44th ...

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    Equity Talks CAT Pact In Chicago

    Actors' Equity Association and the Producers' Association of Chicago Area Theatres (PACT) were scheduled last Wednesday to begin negotiations on a new Chicago Area Theatre agreement. By press time Tuesday, Equity's central regional board had formed a negotiating team prepared to open the talks, and PACT's leader was ...

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    All was not entirely lost, however. Zagoren was

    All was not entirely lost, however. Zagoren was supported by Wells Hanley at the piano and John Loehrke on bass, and she was happy enough to let them fill extended breaks. They did, with the kind of vigor Zagoren seems to recognize, but hasn't so far mustered.

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    NYPL Exhibits on Rodgers, Kids Lit.

    The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts introduced two new exhibits on June 28. The first, "Music by Richard Rodgers," showcases the works of the musical legend in a multimedia exhibition running through Sept. 28 in the Vincent Astor Gallery, 11 Amsterdam Ave.