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    Reach for the Stars - Can the Sun Signs Determine Your Audition Fate

    Okay, the stars can't make you a star--only you (and a bit of talent and luck) can do that. But understanding your sun sign's potential can help you successfully prepare for an audition, access your character's emotional reality, and deal with cast and crew

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    "Parade" Closes Feb. 28, PACE Picks Up "Rag" and Livent Secures $13.5 Million Loan Approval "Parade" Passes By

    Livent has received final approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York for the remaining $13.5 million of its loan package from Angeleo, Gordon & Co., L.P.

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    "FISCHERSPOONER L.A."

    Kelly McKaig (prod.) is seeking female dancers, 20-35, any ethnicity, with formal modern dance training, influences of Bob Fosse, Mark Morris, Twyla Tharp, Showgirls, familiarity with project a plus, for Fischerspooner L.A, a multi-media show. Choreo. Jordana Toback. Rehearsals start Feb. 12. Performances run Mar. 1-6 at the Standard ...

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    Corrections

    In our Jan. 8 feature, "Taking Stock: Regional Combined Auditions," we listed some incorrect information regarding the ECTC Combined Regional

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    House Set for NEA

    The House of Representatives on Tuesday afternoon began to consider the funding bill for the Interior Department. The bill includes $98 million for the National Endowment for the Arts

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    Where's the Boom?

    If you've been hearing rumors of a massive boom in commercial casting following the strike, or of a huge casting frenzy in film and television work in preparation for what could be another long walkout, but you haven't exactly been filling your datebook with auditions, you're not ...

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    TALENT BEAT

    Kel Symons has been promoted to director of development for Paramount-based Mace Neufeld Productions, as reported in Daily Vartiety (8/28/98). A screenwriting graduate of the American Film Institute, Symons has taken on development for several projects including The General's Daughter, starring Madeline Stowe and John Travolta, directed ...

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    Ethnic Groups See NYSCA Grants

    Several ethnic theatre and dance companies and presenting organizations received funding in the latest round of grants in the field of Performing Arts from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA). Most of the grants were awarded in the categories of general operating support or artists' fees, although ...

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    Home is Where the Actors' Hearts Are

    Good news for older performance professionals who are finding it difficult to surmount the problems of high rents and solo living: The Actors' Fund of America operates two residences in Englewood, NJ that are now accepting applications from prospective