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    AFTRA@Work Introduced Sept. 17

    Combining a number of educational seminars and outreach programs designed to help expand members' opportunities for work, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists New York Local has announced the creation of a new series, AFTRA@Work. Open to New York Local members free of charge, the program will ...

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    Hairspray

    What a blast! The only problem with "Hairspray" at the Neil Simon Theatre is the audience isn't invited to hoof it up with the cast after the curtain calls.

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    Oscars May Come to New York

    Could Oscar be coming to New York?

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    El Portal Theatre Cancels Season

    After claiming to lose more than $100,000 on his last show, 70, Girls, 70, producer Stan Haberman has canceled the final three shows in the subscription series at North Hollywood's 367-seat El Portal Theatre.

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    The Long Haul

    Jake Gyllenhaal may be today's "it" actor, but he's hoping his craft sustains him for years to come.

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    Fringe Fest Shows Art's Wild Side

    Producers of the New York International Fringe Festival have revealed a taste of wild things to come at the city's increasingly popular performance and theater arts event.

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    U.S. Prez Scholarships Open to H.S. Students

    An award of $800,000, $3 million in scholarship opportunities, and the chance to be a 2003 U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts are available to high school artists through Arts Recognition and Talent Search® (ARTS).

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    Self-Promotion Key To Finding Fans in Fringe

    When you are just one of the 195 shows in the sixth annual New York International Fringe Festival, which opens Aug. 8 and runs for 16 days, it's imperative to find memorable ways to attract attention. After all, the bar for recognition is high, especially since a musical called ...

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    'Greenlight' Given for 2nd Contest

    Miramax, HBO and LivePlanet are launching a second Project Greenlight online screenwriting contest--with new rules.

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    Librarians in Love

    The creators of this one-act musical have chosen to retreat to the world of squaredom, an innocent America where the worst crime is an overdue library book.